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PRAYER 

& CHANGES THINGS 



PRECIS 




I had my head stuck in the sand the 
other day — well, almost. I had to dig a 
hole five feet deep in our back yard. 
After shoveling for what seemed like 
forever, I leaned way down in the hole 
to measure its depth. When I wriggled 
my way back up, I found a turkey, two 
geese, and a dog peering over my 
shoulder into the abyss. (Whether they 
were exhibiting some deep concern for 
the environment, or what, I can't say.) 

Like it or not, however, concern 
about the environment is here to stay. 
And with good reason. Looking at the 
big picture, as environmentalist Edwin 
Squiers does in this issue, it's easy to 
see that the party is over. So, what to 
do? Take another look at that picture, 



says professor Mark Cosgrove — and 
then get started. Professor emeritus 
Harold Snyder is living proof of what 
can happen when we do. And where to 
start? Recent graduate Tim Twining 
has a few practical ideas.... 

In the end, it's up to us, isn't it? 
We have to make the choice. Maybe 
we can bury our heads a little while 
longer. Maybe we can pretend it's 
none of our business. Or, perhaps we 
can take action. Perhaps, individually 
and collectively, we can make a 
difference. 

Right now, of course, it's up to 
you. What will you do? 

Me? I decided to dig my hole a 
little deeper. 



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Charley Slater is a lifelong resident 
of the small town where I post my 
mail. He was born in a house just 
down the road from the then not-too- 
old church building where he and I and 
about eighty other people now attend 
worship services each Sunday. 

Not long ago, Charley got to his 
feet during the weekly testimony time. 
He read his way around the sanctuary 
windows, commenting on this name, 
then that, 'til he had touched on each 
one. "The thing is," he concluded, 
"these were all people of prayer. This 
church has always been known as a 
praying church. I thank God it still is." 

What a wonderful heritage to have! 
And what a good feeling it is to know 
the present generation carries on the 
strong vision of the ones previous. 

To stand on the campus of Taylor 
University is to feel the presence of 
generations past. At every turn, there 



are reminders: Sammy Morris Hall, 
Rediger Chapel/Auditorium, Nuss- 
baum Science Center, and many others. 

That Taylor University stands 
today is tribute to the courage, determi- 
nation, and selfless giving of persons 
such as these. For us who believe in 
the Taylor mission, this is our heritage. 
It is one passed on to us by administra- 
tors, faculty, students, and friends over 
the course of nearly 150 years. Will 
future generations find us as faithful? 

This year's honor roll of donors 
records the names of those who by 
their faithful support hold high the 
"flaming torch" of William Taylor's 
namesake and ensure her continued 
role in Christian higher education. 

I trust your name is among them. 
And I thank you for your role in per- 
petuating the vision and ministry of 
generations both past and present. 

— Doug Marlow '81, editor 



Keeping the charge: The cover of this issue of 
Taylor is inspired by the flyleaf of Taylor Uni- 
versity's 1924 student annual. The Gem. 



TAYLOR 

Volume 28, Number 1 
Fall 1990 




Taylor University 

Dr. Jay Kesler '58, president 

Dr. Daryl R. Yost, provost 

TAYLOR is published quarterly for alumni, 
students, faculty, staff, parents of current 
students and friends of Taylor University by the 
University Advancement Office, Dr. Charles R. 
Jaggers '69, vice president. 

Douglas J. R. Marlow '81, editor 
Betty Freese, alumni notes editor 
Jim Garringer, photographer 

Regular contributing authors: Dr. Jay Kesler 
'58, Wesley Robinson '50 

Guest authors this issue: Dr Mark Cosgrove, 
Jim Garringer, Dr. Robert Schenck '51 , Dr. 
Edwin Squiers, Tim Twining '90, Dr. Alan 
Winquist. 

Guest authors for giving report insert: Dr. Jay 
Kesler '58, Ronald Sutherland '82, Mitzi 
Thomas '93 

Address letters and comments to: Editor, 
TAYLOR, Taylor University. Upland, IN 46989. 
The staff reserves the right to publish a 
representative sample of letters and to edit 
letters for space. Unsolicited manuscripts are 
welcomed for possible inclusion in the 
magazine. Enclose a self-addressed, stamped 
envelope for return of material. Selection and 
publication are at the discretion of the editor 
and his advisory panel. Opinions expressed in 
TA YLOR are those of the authors, not 
necessarily Taylor University. 

Persons wishing to reproduce any portion of 
TAYLOR magazine's contents are requested to 
write in advance for permission. 

Printing, Colony Printing and Labeling, Eaton, 
Indiana: mailing, Faris Mailing, Indianapolis, 
Indiana. Typesetting, layout and paste-up was 
done at Taylor University using the Apple 
Macintosh II computer, Apple LaserWriter II NT 
printer, and Aldus PageMaker software. 

Front cover illustration taken from the 1924 
Taylor University student annual. The Gem, by 
Scott A. Thomas '93 in collaboration with Roger 
Schwarzkoph of Hartford City, Indiana; oval 
graphics in giving report insert by Scott A. 
Thomas '93; front and back cover background 
photo taken from the 1926 Gem by Jim Gar- 
ringer; back cover photos by Doug Marlow '81 . 

Taylor University complies with all federal and 
state nondescrimination laws. Taylor University 
is an equal-opportunity institution. Direct 
inquiries to the Office of the President, Taylor 
University, Upland, IN 46989, (317) 998-5201, 
or the Office of Civil Rights, Washington, DC. 

Mailed in Indianapolis, non-profit permit #8 by 
Faris Mailing, Incorporated, 535 South Illinois 
Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46225. Please 
mail address corrections to Alumni Office, 
Taylor University, Upland, IN 46989. 



CONTENTS 

EXCHANGE 

ON CAMPUS 

7 JAY KESLER: THIS IS NO 

TIME FOR A SHOUTING MATCH 

WEALTH, WASTE, 

AND WRITING ON THE WALL 

WHEN YOU CANT SEE THE 
FOREST FOR THE MOSQUITOES 

LAND LOVER AND 
FRIEND OF GEESE 

19 LOVING TOMORROWS 
NEIGHBORS TODAY 

21 TAYLOR CLUB 

22 TRADITION 

24 ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT 

ALUMNI NOTES 
32 VISTA 

GIVING REPORT: A CHARGE TO KEEP 




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PRESIDENT'S ASSOCIATES 

TOWER CLUB 

ALUMNI 

FRIENDS 

PARENTS 

FACULTY AND STAFF 



FOUNDATIONS 

BUSINESSES, INDUSTRY, 

ORGANIZATIONS 

MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES 

RESTRICTED GIVING page GR-3 

VOLUNTEERS 




EXCHANGE 




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Taylor 
Spring 1990 




Taylor 
Summer 1990 



Such a help 

A friend of mine, who has re- 
curring cancer, shared with me 
your spring Taylor magazine. 
This issue has been such a help 
to my friend and to me. 

Praise God for the ministry of 
Taylor. We're impressed. 
Thank you. 

Karen Phelps 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Crucial issues 

Thank you for the excellent 
spring Taylor magazine. Most of 
us could identify with one or 
another of the articles as we face 
our own personal crises and seek 
to walk in faith, rejoicing. 

Now the summer Taylor 
magazine is before us, challeng- 
ing us to be careful, thoughtful 
stewards of our environment, 
alerting us to our responsibility 
to ethnic minorities and remind- 
ing us that it's up to us to see 
that the gospel is taken to all 
areas of our world. We are told 
that Taylor University is called 
upon to respond to decadence in 
the American school system. 

Thanks for confronting us and 

encouraging us to respond to 

these current, crucial issues in 

this exceptionally fine periodical. 

Dorothy (Olsen '47) 

Van Vleet, 

Berne, Indiana 

Prophetic message 

When I saw the Ayres Library 
cover I said to myself, "Hey, I 
remember when that was built. 
I was there!" 

One of the most powerful 
sermons I ever heard was 
presented by Dr. Harold Ock- 
enga '27 at the dedication of the 
library. It was prophetic mes- 



sage in which he described the 
course of our culture to be like 
three eggs. The first egg is 
whole, with both content (solid 
Christian faith) and form (moral- 
ity). The next generation tends 
to keep the form but disregard 
the content. The third genera- 
tion looks at the empty form — a 
useless shell — and throws the 
whole thing out. 

'Just thought I'd share with 
you my thoughts the Taylor 
cover evoked. 

Bill Wormian '52 
Hillsdale, NJ 

Frequent focus warranted 

I want to commend you for 
the excellent article on global 
evangelism by Dale Sloat in the 
Summer 1990 issue of Taylor. 
Because world evangelization is 
central to God's desire and to the 
purpose of the church, I believe 
we need frequent focus on the 
remaining task and our role in it. 
It is good to see Taylor focusing 
on how we can complete the job. 
I would like to see this become a 
regular part of the magazine. 
Keep up the good work. 

David and Marcy 
(Minks) Mays, both '64 

Wheaton, Illinois 

Sharing in the victory 

It continues to be exciting for 
me to receive and to read Taylor 
magazine. I was especially 
pleased to see the alumni spot- 
light section in the summer 
issue. I can recall as if it were 
yesterday talking with Gary 
Gallup 's mother regarding her 
interest in seeing her son enroll 
at Taylor. The following months 
were filled with personal inter- 
views and phone conversations 



as Taylor sought to determine if 
Gary could be successful as a 
student in Upland. I"m thankful 
that God was able to use me. as 
dean of admissions, to ultimately 
make the decision to admit Gary 
to the Taylor program. 

Ron Keller 
St. Davids, PA 
Slip of the tongue 

"There must be no filthiness 
and silly talk, or coarse jesting, 
which are not fitting, but rather 
giving of thanks." (Eph. 5:4) 

I was disappointed to see the 
coarse jesting in "Back to the 
future, again?" (Summer 1990). 
As Christians, we have been 
called to purity, and to be set 
apart from "the world." May I 
suggest that you use Ephesians 
5:4 and 4:29 as guidelines for 
what you print. 

Lori J. (Ehresman '77) Nelson 
Fort Wayne. IN 

Impressive ministry 

Taylor magazine is certainly 
impressive. The format, content 
and emphasis are perceptive and 
well done. I"d like to meet 
Caleb, too! 

June Young 
Wheaton. IL 

Faith — and joy — in crisis 

I want to commend you on the 
excellent articles on dealing with 
tragedy and adversity in our 
lives (Spring. 1990). I'm thank- 
ful that God hasn't called me to 
walk the road that these authors 
are walking — but their faith and 
joy through incredibly difficult 
circumstances is something we 
can all learn from, and indeed try 
to emulate. 

Gretchen Worcester 
Grand Rapids, MI 



ON CAMPUS 



New venture in sports evangelism 
combines hooplah, hoops, and ministry 



For three weeks this summer, 
Don Granitz '52 of Elkhart, 
Indiana lived on top of the 
world. His return to Maringa, 
Brazil with Taylor alumni and 
members of the Trojan basket- 
ball team was a homecoming, a 
throwback to his college basket- 
ball days, and an exciting ven- 
ture in evangelism all at once. 

The team of nine basketball 
players Granitz assembled for 
"Team Brasil" included three 
members of last year's winning 
Trojan team and four Taylor 
alumni. The trip was organized 
in cooperation with Taylor and 
Friendship Sports International. 
Granitz organized and directed 
the team's activities, which in- 
cluded competition in eight 
tournament games, week-long 
basketball clinics for both high 
school and college athletes, 
church rallies and programs, and 
individual contact with the 
Brazilian people. 

"We accomplished our 
objectives of teaching basketball 
and using it as a means to 
communicate the gospel," says 
Granitz in what must be some- 
thing of an understatement. 
Team members played before 
crowds of up to 5,000. The 
newspapers, radio and television 
stations touted the Taylor team 
as representing one of America's 
finest universities with a basket- 
ball team of international caliber. 
Upwards of a thousand people 
attended their church rallies. 

Why the notoriety? Granitz 
himself is one reason. He and 
wife Jean (Huffman "52) served 



as missionaries in Maringa for 
16 years, at the time that city 
was just emerging from the 
Brazilian jungle. (Now at only 
forty years old, it boasts a pop- 
ulation of 300,000). Don and 
Jean are considered founding 
city leaders and are well re- 
spected locally. 

While a missionary, Granitz 
played and coached Maringa 
city and all-star teams. Many 
present city officials and state 
university administrators were 
once his teammates. Because of 
his popularity, the Taylor team 
was immediately welcomed 
with wide regional support. 

For Granitz, there was an 
element of deja vu in all the 
hoopla. For him, it brought back 
memories of his experience as a 
member of the 1952 Venture for 
Victory team. That program, 
started by Taylor's Coach Don 
Odle, became the model for sub- 
sequent international sports 
ministries. Under Odle's 
direction, Taylor basketball 
players were sent to various 
countries to play in tournaments 
with city all-star teams, partici- 
pate in local clinics at universi- 
ties, and witness after the games 
and in area churches. 

This summer, a new genera- 
tion of Taylor students felt the 
exhilaration, frustration, and 
growth that comes from such 
mission experiences. Says 
Robby Phillips '88, "The tour 
had an impact on my life. The 
experience taught me patience, 
appreciation for God's blessing 
on my life, but most of all, 




TEAM BRASIL: Don Granitz '52 (far right) 
poses with members of the sports ministry team he 
led to Maringa, Brazil this summer 

changed my attitude toward mis- 
sions and intensified my daily 
walk with God." Team statisti- 
cian Marci Sloat '92 was one of 
several team members for whom 
the trip validated the call to mis- 
sions work. "The trip confirmed 
my interest in missions," she 
says. "The team was great; their 
excitement for God excited me." 

Though the team won all eight 
of their games, they used sports 
as a platform for attending to 
more important matters. They 
distributed Christian literature 
and copies of the New Testament 
and established solid relation- 
ships with the local community 
and with the local Christian 
athletes group that will provide 
follow-up ministry. 

Granitz and the team received 
many invitations to return as 
soon as possible, something the 
former missionary and basketball 
coach wants very much to do. 
Even if Brazil and the city of 
Maringa are not geographically 
on top of the world, one would 
have a hard time convincing Don 
Granitz of that. — DM 



ON CAMPUS 



New pastor appointed 

Dr. Charles Gifford '69 
greeted students this fall as 
the new chaplain of the uni- 
versity. He fills the position 
most recently held by Robert 
Griffin, who departed Taylor 
for a ministry of encourage- 
ment to missionaries around 
the globe. Gifford comes to 
Taylor from the First Baptist 
Church of Sheridan, Wyo- 
ming, where he served as 
senior pastor for 18 years. 

Gifford graduated from 
Taylor with a major in biblical 
literature and minors in Greek 
and physical education. He 
holds the master of divinity 
and doctor of ministry degrees 
from Denver Seminary and 
has taught homiletics at 
Denver Seminary and philoso- 
phy at Sheridan College. 

Hoosier Dome features 
Trojan football Nov. 3 

Trojan football players will 
take to the gridiron in the 
Indianapolis Hoosier Dome 
on Saturday, November 3. 
Dubbed "A Day in the 
Dome," the eight member 
schools of the Indiana Colle- 
giate Athletic Conference 
(ICAC) will face off in 
matches scheduled throughout 
the day. New head coach 
Dale Carlson's Taylor team 
will play Rose-Hulman in the 
final game at 8:00 pm. 

Tickets are available at 
Gate 1 and are $5 for an all- 
day pass that includes all four 
games. Match-ups prior to the 
8:00 pm Taylor game are 
scheduled to begin at 9:30 
am, 1:00 pm, and 4:30 pm. 

According to Bill Bauer, 
sports information director, 
Dome play gives Taylor stu- 
dents and alumni a chance to 
gather in Indianapoolis and 
watch some outstanding small 
college football. 




New university chaplain 
Charles Gifford '69 and 
his wife, Linda (Long 
x'71), have four chil- 
dren, Hannah (18), 
Russell (16), Hope (13), 
and Joy (10). 



University named 

to honor roll's top third 

The first national Free Enterprise 
Teaching Honor Roll rates Taylor Univer- 
sity 27th out of the 95 colleges and uni- 
versities so honored. The honor roll is 
sponsored by the John Templeton Foun- 
dation to recognize schools that have "an 
institutional commitment to the tradi- 
tional Western political and economic 
philosophies." The University of Chi- 
cago ranked first on the honor roll. 

Ball State University and Purdue were 

Team mixes sports, gospel 

Coach Karen Traut and nine members 
of Taylor's 1989 NCCAA championship 
women's volleyball team travelled to the 
Dominican Republic this past August for 
a 14-day sports-evangelism experience. 
Taylor World Outreach co-sponsored the 
trip with Youth for Christ, International, 
whose members are providing follow-up 
to the volleyball team's ministry. 

Laurel Kinzer '90, team co-captain, 
says the goals of the trip were "to build 
friendships and be able to share Jesus 
Christ and what he has been to us." 
Team members did just that by word and 
example throughout their time in the 
Dominican Republic and even on the 
flight home when a fire in the plane's avi- 
onics unit forced an emergency landing. 

Taylor ranked best in U.S. 

Taylor University is named in the 
October/November issue of Parents of 
Teenagers magazine as one of the na- 
tion's ten premier Christian colleges. 
Taylor is named to the number three berth 
in a rank order listing, just behind sister 
Christian consortium schools Wheaton 
College of Illinois and California's 
Westmont College. 



the only other Indiana schools named to 
this year's Free Enterprise Honor Roll. 
All four-year, accredited colleges and 
universities in the nation were eligible for 
the Free Enterprise Honor Roll. 

Schools listed on the Honer Roll were 
required to meet five criteria: to teach the 
principles and benefits of free market 
economic systems: to encourage a high 
degree of personal initiative, responsibil- 
ity, and accountability: to emphasize con- 
stitutional concepts of limited govern- 
ment; to support the traditional work ethic 
and pride of productivity; and to foster an 
appreciation for private property rights. 




All smiles: Becky Roost '90 shares with 
youngsters as part of the team's ministry 
to the people of the Dominican Republic. 

The listing is based on survey research 

conducted among high school guidance 
counselors, admissions directors, and 
others. In addition, institutions were 
judged on a number of factors including 
undergraduate degrees offered, unique 
programs and facilities, percentage of 
applicants accepted, average entrance-test 
scores of incoming freshmen, number of 
majors offered, student-faculty ratio, and 
Christian growth opportunities. 



ON CAMPUS 



New football coach takes charge 



This "velvet hammer" packs a wallop 



The new football coach has, 
by his own admission, "a bit of a 
Jekyll and Hyde personality." 
On the field, he is all business, a 
fact his players readily vouch 
for. Afterwards, however, an 
arm around the shoulder, a 
laugh, or a corny joke belie his 
hard-hitting game-time personal- 
ity. Perhaps the term, "velvet 
hammer," is an apt description of 
his character. 

At 34, Dale Carlson is the 
"new blood" that former coach 
Jim Law said the football 
program would need to continue 
its upward drive. Carlson's last 
stop was Lakeland College in 
Sheboygan, Wisconsin, where he 
spent three years as that school's 
head coach. Prior to that, he 
sharpened his skills during 
assistant coaching stints at 
Franklin and Elmhurst Colleges 
and in a Chicago area high 
school, Lutheran North. He ex- 
perienced the college game as a 
player at then Concordia 
Teacher's College (now Univer- 
sity) in River Forest, Illinois. 

Carlson can come on strong 
when he feels it is necessary. He 
keeps tabs on players' classroom 
and social progress and says he 
wants them to know that he 
cares about the total person. For 
Carlson, that means letting the 
players get to know him as a 
total person, as well. On those 
days when his wife Karen and 
three-year-old son Brian stop by 
practice, father and son often 
wind up in a laughing, frolicking 
wrestling match. " I have to let 
players see that same quality in 



our relationships," Carlson says. 

Last November, when Law 
announced his resignation, Tay- 
lor began the search for his suc- 
cessor. At the same time, the 
Carlson family was embarking 
on a more arduous journey. On 
November 30, 1989, Karen gave 
birth to the couple's second 
child, Betsy, who suffered from 
the severe genetic disorder 
Trisomy 13. The condition 
results from having three instead 
of two number 13 chromosomes. 
Fifty percent of all miscarriages 
are Trisomy 13 babies. Infants 
born with this disorder have no 
more than a year's life expec- 
tancy. Betsy lived two months. 

"She was really a joy to us," 
says Carlson. "As I look at life, 
she was a miracle." To the 
surprise of doctors, Betsy was 
able to bottle feed and to recog- 
nize and bond with her parents. 
"I can say that I have seen a 
miracle," says Carlson. "She 
touched us and the entire com- 
munity; she just helped people to 
see God in ways they had never 
seen him before." 

The week after Betsy's death, 
Carlson got the call from Taylor 
to interview for the job. "The 
outpouring and concern from the 
people here made Taylor seem to 
be a really special place for us. I 
interviewed at schools all over 
the country, but after I met the 
people here and felt the warmth, 
Taylor became a comfortable 
place for Karen and me." 

Indeed, Carlson seems very 
much at ease, both in the Taylor 
community and on the field. — JG 




Soft touch: Relaxing with his wife Karen and son 
Brian, football coach Dale Carlson's easygoing 
demeanor hides a rock-hard gridiron personality. 




Hard-hitting: The Trojans are on 
the offensive again this year 
under the direction of a new 
head coach. 



ON CAMPUS 




Political Science Professor 
Stephen Hoffmanns article on 
the French Revolution was one 
of many articles written by 
Taylor faculty members during 
the recent academic year. 



Taylor faculty publications, 1989-1990 

Faculty contribute to stored knowledge 

"Saints or scoundrels?" The answer to that question was one of many pieces 
of information addressed in published works by Taylor faculty last year: 



Winfried Corduan 

Review: "Review of Ronald M Green, Religion 
and Moral Reason: A New Method for Compara- 
tive Study." Journal of the Evangelical Theological 
Society 32.4 December 1989: 568-569. 
Articles:"Apostasy," "Augustinianism," "Carme- 
lites," "Dogma, Dogmatic 

Theology," "Fundamental Theology," "Mysticism, 
Christian," "Natural Law," "Neo-Thomism," 
"Orthodoxy," "Philosophical Theology," "Society 
of St. John the Evangelist," "Spiritual Director," 
and "Stations of the Cross." Dictionary of Christi- 
anity in America, edited by Daniel G. Reid. 
Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1990. 
Article: "Expositions of I Chronicles." Stille Zeit. 
Woelmersen: Neues Leben June 5-21, 1990. 

Richard Dixon 

Article: "Dios Suplira Nuestras Necesidades." El 
Aposento Alto. (The Upper Room) Mayo-Junio 
1990. 

Albert Harrison 

Editor: Christian Instrumental Directors Newslet- 
ter. Christian Instrumental Directors Association. 
Fall 1989, Spring 1990. 

Larry Helyer 

Reviews: "Review of Faith and Freedom: A 
Tribute to Franklin H. Littell," edited by Richard L. 
Libowitz and "A Review of David A. Rausch, 
Understanding Jews and Judaism: Building 
Bridges." Journal of the Evangelical Theological 
Society 32 September 1989: 417-419. 

William Heth 

Contributor: "Divorce, but No Marriage." Divorce 
and Remarriage, edited by H. Wayne House. 
Downers Grove, IL: Inter Varsity Press, 1990. 

Stephen Hoffman 

Article: "The French Revolution and the German 
Democratic Republic." 

Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of the Social 
Sciences. Third Series 24 1990: 60-67. 

Paul House 

Article: "Teaching Ethics: What Works?" Taylor 

27:3 Summer 1990: 31-35. 

Book: The Unity of the Twelve. JSOT Supplement 

Series 97/Bible and Literature Series 27. Sheffield: 

Sheffield Academic Press, 1990. 

Review: "Review of Studien zur alttcstamentlichen 

und altorientalischen Religions- geschichte by 

Klaus Koch." Catholic Biblical Quarterly 52 1990: 

376-377. 

Alice Jackson 

Review: "Review of John Bradshaw. Healing the 
Shame That Binds You." Social Wort, and 
Christianity 17.1 Spring 1990: 54-55. 



Jay Kesler 

Articles: "Divorce: What It Costs Your Kids." 

Youth for Christ Magazine 1990. 

"Lighting A Teenager's Fire." (Reprint) Interest 

Magazine 1989: 6-7. 

The Church." Beyond Belief December 1989: 161- 

170. 

Tri-monthly column in Marriage Partnership. 

Tri-monthly column in Today's Christian Woman. 
Books: Is Your Marriage Worth Fighting For? 
David C. Cook, 1989. 
Energizing Your Teenager's Faith. Group 
Publishers, 1990. 

Philip Loy 

Review: "Review essay of Religion and the Public 
Good: A Bicentennial Forum, The Religious Faith 
of America's Founders." Books and Religion 16.3 
Fall 1989: 8. 

Article: "Saints or Scroundels: Images of Mormons 
in Literature and Film About the American West." 
Journal of American Studies Association of Texas 
21 June 1990: 52-70. 

Stephen Messer 

Abstract: "Individual Responses to Death in Puritan 
Massachusetts." Omega 21.21990: 155-163. 

David Neuhouser 

Book: George MacDonald: Selections From His 
Greatest Works. Wheaton, IL: Victor Books, 1990. 
Article: "Beauty in Mathematics: Some Theologi- 
cal Implications." A Seventh Conference on 
Mathematics From a Christian Perspective, Pro- 
ceedings of the Biennial Conference of the 
Association of Christians in the Mathematical 
Sciences held at Messiah College, May 31 -June 2, 
1989: Spring 1990. 

William Ringenberg 

"The Independent Seminaries: A Bibliographical 
Essay." Religious Seminaries in America: A Select 
Bibliography, edited by James C. Carper and 
Thomas C. Hunt. New York: Garland Publishing 
Company 1989. 

"Bible Institutes and Colleges," "Protestant Higher 
Education,""Protestant Theological Education," 
"Dartmouth University," "Harvard University," 
"Oberlin College," "Princeton University," and 
"Yale University." Dictionary of Christianity in 
America, edited by Daniel G. Reid. Downers 
Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1990. 
"Faith. History, and Revolution." Fides et Historia 
Summer 1990. 

Doug Rohrman 

Review: "Review of Carmen Renee Barry's When 
Helping You Is Hurting Me: Escaping the Messiah 
Trap." Social Work and Christianity 16.2 Fall 
1989: 132-133. 



Stephen Snyder 

Article: "Applying a Research-Based Model to 
Teacher Skill Training" co-authored with David H. 
Gliessman, Richard C. Pugh. Laurence D. Brown. 
Austin C. Archer. Journal of Educational Research 
83.2 1989: 69-81. 

Edwin Squiers 

Articles: "Good News Bad News Re: Our 
Environment." Action May -June 1990: 4-9. 
"Ten Years of Change in an Aggrading Aspen- 
White Pine Forest Ecosystem," co-authored with 
Chris J. Peterson. Bulletin of the Ecological Society 
of America 1 T 1990. 

"The Effects of Seasonal Timing of Disturbance of 
Species Composition in a First- Year Oldfield." Bul- 
letin of the Torrev Botanical Club 1 16 1989: 356- 
363. 

Richard Stanislaw 

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"Brown," "Choirs," "Choruses," "Crosby .""Gospel 
Hymns," "Hopkinson," "Instruments." "Mason." 
"Morris." "Parker," "Rodeheaver." "Stebbins." 
"Warner." Dictionary of Christianity in America. 
Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press 1990. 
"All the Way My Savior Leads Me." "All Things 
Bright and Beautiful." "An Upper Room Did Our 
Lord Prepare." "As Sons of the Day and Daughters 
of Light," "Baptized in Water." "Brightest and Best 
of the Suns of the Morning." "Christ for the World 
We Sing," "Christ Has for Sin Atonement Made." 
"Christ is the World's Light." "Christian. Do You 
See Them," "Every Eye Shall See." "For the Bread 
Which You Have Broken." "God Himself is With 
Us," "God is Here." "God is My Great Desire." 
"God the Omnipotent." "God. We Praise You!" 
"God Whose Giving Knows No Ending." "Holy. 
Holy, Holy is the Lord." "Holy. Holy. Holy. Lord 
God Almighty," "If My People's Hearts Are 
Humbled." "I Know That My Redeemer Lives!" "I 
Need Thee Every Hour." "In the Morning When I 
Rise." "I Sing the Mighty Power of God." "It Came 
Upon the Midnight Clear." "Jerusalem. My Happy 
Home. ""Jesus' Hands Were Kind Hands." "Jesus 
My Lord Will Love Me Forever," "Jesus Shall 
Reign." "Jesus! What A Friend for Sinners," "Lord. 
We Worship and Adore Thee." "Loved With Ever- 
lasting Love." "My Hope is Built." "No Tramp of 
Soldiers" Marching Feet." "O Come To Me. the 
Master Said." "O Gracious Light. Lord Jesus 
Christ," "Open My Eyes, Than May See." "O 
Perfect Love," "O When Shall I See Jesus." "People 
Need the Lord." "Praise. My Soul, the King of 
Heaven." "Rescue the Perishing." "Savior, Again to 
Your Dear Name We Raise." "Sometimes a Light 
Surprises." "Take My Life and Let It Be Conse- 
crated." "There Is A Fountain." "There's A Quiet 
Understanding." "To God Be the Glory." "We Are 
One in the Bond of Love." "We Will Extol You." 
"What Gift Can We Bring." "Wind Who Makes All 
Winds," "Write These Word In Our Hearts." Wor- 
ship Leaders Edition to The Worshipping Church. 
Carol Stream: Hope Publishing Company. 1990. 
Editorial contributor: The Worshipping Church: A 
Hymnal. Carol Stream: Hope Publishing Company, 
1990. 



JAY KESLER 



Dr. Jay Kesler '58 semes as president of his alma 
mater, Taylor University. Past-president of Youth 
for Christ, Kesler is author of 17 books and host of 
"Family Forum," a radio program heard daily on 
over 250 stations across the country. 




This is no time for a shouting match 



You may have seen the recent 
magazine picture of a logging 
truck filled with huge redwood 
logs with a sign attached "Mo- 
bile home for spotted owls." 
The sign's creator was making 
an angry and somewhat defiant 
statement of his position on one 
phase of the environmental 
discussion. We are being forced 
to face up to many of the diffi- 
cult and confusing realities of 
modern culture and the inexo- 
rable advance of human technol- 
ogy, expectation, and at times 
greed and indifference. 
Two sides to every issue 

It is a fact that lumber is in 
worldwide demand and indeed 
human beings do need housing. 
The timber industry has pro- 
vided jobs and a way of life for 
thousands of families. Barren 
eroded hillsides devoid of ani- 
mal or plant life is quite another 
thing. The debate on this and a 
thousand other environmental 
issues will continue as the planet 
becomes more crowded and the 
resources are depleted. 

The list is long and the issues 
are truly threatening to the 
survival of humanity and civili- 
zation as we know it. Acid rain, 
ivory poachers, ozone, fossil 
fuels, mercury residue, surface 
water, leaching, toxic waste, 
landfills, lung cancer, clean air, 
rain forests, hydro-carbons and 
radioactivity are a permanent 
part of the modern vocabulary. 
Some people have become 
cynical, even pessimistic about 



the future. Others are optimistic 
that the same technology that 
created the problem can, with 
commitment and effort, solve it. 




A fitting response 

The entrance of Taylor 
University into the fray is both 
appropriate and necessary. The 
environmental studies center at 
Taylor is our response to the bib- 
lical mandate to stewardship. 
This is our Father's world. 
We must be about our Father's 
business. A secular person can 
take it or leave it as far as the en- 
vironment is concerned, depend- 
ing on whether a particular issue 
touches his or her life. The 
Christian, however, cannot be 
that detached or selfish. We are 
clearly the world's vinedressers, 



and as children of the heavenly 
Father we are brothers and sis- 
ters to the global family. 

Clearly the solutions to the 
worldwide environmental crisis 
will involve study of the planet 
and the interface of society and 
ecosystems. Thus, the environ- 
mental center and the availabil- 
ity of the environmental studies 
curriculum are important contri- 
butions Taylor can make. 

Solutions will also necessitate 
dealing with the discipline of our 
appetites and the commitment of 
our will to "love our neighbors 
as ourselves." This is a moral 
issue and a Christian agenda. 
Thus, the marriage of the Chris- 
tian liberal arts college and the 
social scientific concern for the 
environment find a natural fit 
with the Taylor context. 

We at Taylor are indeed 
excited with the prospect of this 
innovative new program, one of 
the very few of its kind in an 
undergraduate setting. This 
issue of Taylor magazine will 
inform, concern, motivate and 
inspire you as you consider this 
important topic. 
Time to seek solutions 

Real progress on environ- 
mental issues will not take place 
by shouting at one another from 
the polarities of our self-interest, 
but by responsibly giving our 
best efforts to dispassionately 
learning more of the conse- 
quences of our behavior and 
seeking solutions in the larger 
interest of all mankind. H 



Somebody go get Daniel 

Waste and wealth 
and writing on the wall 



JLu 



What a party! All the 
right people were 
there, all the up-and- 
coming "yuppies." 
Everybody who was anybody 
was invited. Babylon's elite 
gathered in the great banquet 
hall of the palace. Imagine the 
glitz! There were a thousand 
aristocrats, their wives, and 
lovers. Wine flowed like the 
waters of the Euphrates. There, 
reclining at the head table, was 
Belshazzar, master of the 
kingdom, heir of Nebuchadnez- 
zar, and lord of the feast. 

Surely his eyes glowed as he 
surveyed the opulence of the 
occasion. As he readied himself 
to speak, a hush fell over the 
room. "My friends, this year of 
my reign [539 B.C.] has been a 
good one. Let us celebrate! 
Drink a toast to the gods of real 
power. Drink to the measure of 
the good life! Drink to the gods 
of stone and wood, iron and 
bronze, silver and gold." 

Inebriated with wine and 
flushed with pride, Belshazzar 
called for the gold and silver 
goblets his forefather had taken 
from the temple in Jerusalem. 
"Drink, friends," he cried. 
"Raise your cup in a toast to the 
gods of reality." 



Belshazzar's party was more 
than a single great occasion, 
more than one extravagant feast. 
His was a life style of wealth and 
waste and self-deception. What 
he didn't realize, however, was 
that this party was to be his last. 

Suddenly, it happened — that 
mysterious writing on the wall. 
Terrified, knees knocking and 
pale as a ghost, Belshazzar 
watched a disembodied hand 
scratch the truth into the plaster: 
Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin. 
The king was frantic: "What 
does it mean? Somebody tell 
me!" He offered his 
golden amulet, 
scarlet robe, and 
third place in the 
kingdom to 
anyone who 
could 






interpret the message. The lords 
of the realm, court officials, and 
counselors of the king, however, 
stood frightened and mute. 
Of course, any who were 
educated could read the words. 
As nouns, they were simply 
coins of the realm: nana, 50 
shekels; tekel, one shekel: 
upharsin, one-half shekel. In the 
verb form, they were activities 
of science or economics: mene, 
to number; tekel, to weigh; 
upharsin, to divide. There was 
one other clue: in the past tense. 
upharsin was read peres or 
paras, the Aramaic word for 
f Persians. 

r ^ Some in the banquet hall 

may have guessed the 




Dr. Edwin Squiers is a plant 
ecologist, professor of biology, 
and director of Taylor Univer- 
sity's environmental science 
program. He has served the 
university for 14 years. 



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true meaning, but no one spoke. 
At last Daniel, the truth teller, 
was brought forward. He spoke 
to the quivering ruler: "Keep 
your gifts for yourself and give 
your rewards to someone else. I 
will read the inscription and I 
will make the interpretation." 
So Daniel interpreted the mes- 
sage that no one else dared read: 

Mene — God has numbered 
your kingdom and put an end to it. 

Tekel — You have been 
weighed in the balance and 
found wanting. 

Upharsin — Your kingdom has 
been divided and given over to 
the Medes and Persians. 

Shocked, Belshazzar offered 
Daniel the promised reward. By 
doing so, the king acknowledged 
Daniel's interpretation to be 
correct, at the same time demon- 
strating that he was blind to the 
truth that it held. The truth was 
simple: the feast was over. The 
kingdom no longer belonged to 
Belshazzar, who owned no 
reward to give. In fact, Belshaz- 
zar was slain and the kingdom 



^•vcv. 



lost that very night. 

What a party! For those who 
survived, it was a night to 
remember. 

The account of Belshazzar's 
feast in the fifth chapter of 
Daniel provides a haunting 
analogy of today's world. In 
fact, it has been suggested that 
the disembodied hand writing 
cryptic warnings on the wall 
today is the instrumented hand 
of science and technology. 
Daniel, as reader of the message, 
may be viewed as the generic, 
objective or "value-free" scien- 
tist simply giving the facts. But 
Daniel does not stop with the 
facts. Instead, he interprets the 
message, comparing what is to 
what ought to be and warning of 
the consequences of wrong 
actions. Although much of 
today's "writing on the wall" is 
complex, confusing, and even 
contradictory, some messages 
are being written with increasing 
clarity each passing year. We 
look briefly at three of these 
messages. 




Mene: Global Warming 

"Burn, baby, burn" 

Modern society survives by 
burning fossil fuel. Oil, coal, 
and natural gas are the fuels that 
produce our electricity, power 
our industry, fuel our automo- 
biles, trucks, buses, trains, and 
planes, power our agricultural 
and commercial enterprises, heat 
and cool our homes, and, in large 
measure, allow us to live a life 
style that even Belshazzar would 
envy. 

There are side effects to all 
this burning. Among them is the 
large quantities of carbon 
dioxide discharged into the 
atmosphere. The problem is 
compounded by the fact that less 
atmospheric carbon dioxide is 
being recycled because of 
deforestation, particularly in the 
tropics. Atmospheric scientists 
have monitored the level of 
carbon dioxide in the atmos- 
phere since the late 1950s and 
the writing on the wall is both 
striking and ominous. 
Numbered, numbered, 
weighed, divided 

But what does it mean? To a 
"value-free" scientist, it is a 
facinating global experiment. 
Researchers studying a phe- 
nomenon dubbed "the green- 
house effect" can now predict 
how the earth's climate will 
respond to ever higher concen- 
trations of carbon dioxide. As 
the carbon dioxide content of 
the atmosphere goes up, the 
earth's ability to radiate heat 
goes down, the delicate tem- 
perature balance is dis- 
rupted, and the earth's 
atmosphere warms up. 

Scientists agree that if 
current trends continue, 



sometime around the middle of 
the next century the earth's 
average temperature will be 
between three and six degrees 
Fahrenheit higher than it is 
today. Should that happen, the 
arctic pack ice will almost 
certainly collapse and a substan- 
tial part of the antarctic ice sheet 
will melt. The sea level will 
subsequently rise, making life 
very uncomfortable for residents 
of Boston, New York, Tokyo, 
Shanghai, Amsterdam, Stock- 
holm, and other coastal cities. 
Large areas of low-lying, fertile 
farmland, including such highly 
populated regions as the Ganges 
River delta in Bangladesh, will 
also be lost. 

The calamity doesn't stop 
there, however. The projected 
temperature increase could also 
lead to a substantial drying out 
of vast regions of the northern 
hemisphere, principally in the 
United States, Canada, and the 
Soviet Union. In the U.S. 
cornbelt, for example, the 
anticipated climate change could 
cut corn yields by 50 percent. 

"Don't worry if it gets 
warmer, we'll just turn up the 
air-conditioner." 

Somebody go get Daniel. 
Tekel: Rain Forest Destruction 
"Fast food for fast times" 

Consider the menu for our 
modern "feast." A burger and a 
soft drink provide fast food for 
fast times for millions of affluent 
people. Worldwide consumption 
of hamburgers now exceeds 10 
billion burgers per year. In 
America and Europe, meat 
consumption has increased by 
more than 45 percent since 1 960, 
an increase dwarfed by the 
increase among nations newly 



arrived at the feast. Fashionable 
citizens of Japan, for example, 
now join their Western counter- 
parts by matching them burger 
for burger. Meat consumption in 
Japan has risen by 600 percent 
since 1960. Even the Chinese 
are pulling their chairs up to the 
banquet table, willing to pay a 
week's wages for a meal at an 
American-style fast food restau- 
rant. In 1 960, all beef consumed 
in America was home grown. 
By the early 1980s, we imported 
more than 10 percent of our total 
consumption, with three-quarters 
of that (over 100,000 tons 
annually) coming from Central 
America. The tropical forest 
began to disappear and there was 
writing on the wall. 
Numbered, numbered, 
weighed, divided 

But what does it mean? 
Stretching across Central and 
South America, Africa and Asia, 
the tropical moist forest forms 
the most diverse and complex 
ecological system oh earth. 
Tropical forests contain about 



one-half of all living species and 
provide us with food, medicine, 
new energy sources, and 
germplasm stocks that are the 
raw material of genetic engineer- 
ing. The tropical moist forest 
may contain as many as 30 
million different species, each a 
unique manifestation of life's 
diversity, each with its own 
genetic "fingerprint." It staggers 
the imagination. Whereas a 
square mile of Indiana woodlot 
might contain ten or fifteen 
kinds of trees, a similar plot in 
the tropical moist forest would 
contain hundreds of distinct tree 
species. The value of this 
magnificent ecological treasure 
cannot be overestimated. Yet. it 
is being degraded and depleted 
faster than any other biome 
on earth. 

Africa has lost more than half 
of its tropical moist forest: Asia 
42 percent; Central America 37 
percent; South America 36 
percent. Satellites now docu- 
ment a loss rate of about 90 
acres per minute, or some 70.000 




square miles each year. If 
current loss rates continue, all of 
the remaining tropical forest will 
be gone or seriously disturbed by 
the year 2035. 

The causes of tropical defor- 
estation are varied. In Africa 
and Asia the poor are gathering 
firewood faster than nature can 
regenerate it. Commercial 
logging by multinational compa- 
nies is widespread, especially on 
the islands of the Pacific and in 
West and Central Africa. Poor 
people throughout the biome 
are also clearing forest lands to 
grow food. 

Numbered, numbered, 
weighed, divided 

In Central America and 
Brazilian Amazonia large-scale 
ranching operations, underwrit- 
ten by multinational corpora- 
tions, are clearing the tropical 
forest. Cattle grazed on the 
cleared lands yield low-cost 
beef, primarily for export to the 
United States, Europe, and 
Japan. This is often called the 
"hamburgerization" of the 




tropical forest. 

The tragedy of the conversion 
of tropical forest to pastureland 
is compounded by the fact that 
the process can produce only 
short-term results. In as little as 
three to five years after clearing, 
the land will no longer sustain 
cattle and is abandoned to 
become infertile desert scrub. 
To satisfy the demand for cheap 
beef, more forest is cleared and 
the cycle begins again. 

Most North American fast- 
food chains vigorously deny 
using imported beef and claim to 
be using only domestic meat. In 
fact, all meat imported into the 
United States is classed as 
domestic by the USDA as soon 
as it leaves the point of entry. 
Hence, the beef in your next 
burger could be from Costa Rica 
and still be "domestic." 

When the calculations are 
complete, each quarter-pounder 
made from beef imported from a 
country converting tropical 
forest into pastureland accounts 
for the loss of about 55 square 
feet of this magnificent ecosys- 
tem. Why? So that we can pay 
five cents less for a burger. Are 
we stealing the "golden gob- 
lets" from the treasury of 
the Creator, using them 
frivolously at the 
peak of our feast- 
ing, and discard- 
ing them as 
if we owned 
them? It is 
estimated 
that if 
current 
trends con- 
tinue we 
will be 
participants 



in the loss of between five and 
ten million species — the greatest 
mass extinction since the Ice 
Ages. 

"What do you expect us to 
do? Give up burgers?" 

Somebody go get Daniel. 
Peres: Oil Imports and the 
Threat of War 
"Over a barrel again" 

Oil fuels the feast. Petroleum 
has probably changed the lives 
of more people in more ways 
than any other substance in all of 
history. It is the lifeblood of 
every modern industrialized 
society. Oil has transformed 
everything: our homes, jobs, en- 
tertainment, and our environ- 
ment. It is the critical factor as 
decisions are made regarding the 
economy, agriculture, the 
structure of our nation's military, 
and the shape of our foreign 
policy. It has made the United 
States and the Soviet Union into 
superpowers, the automobile a 
way of life, OPEC a household 
word, and the 55-gallon drum 
the most recognized and widely 
distributed object in the world. 
In the United States it takes 
more than 17 million barrels of 
oil each day to maintain our life- 
style. Oil fuels the feast, but 
there is writing on the wall. 
Numbered, numbered, 
weighed, divided 

But what does it mean? With 
one of the highest literacy rates 
in the world, the U.S. still seems 
to have trouble with mathemat- 
ics, geography, and history. The 
math is not difficult. Divide the 
amount of oil we have used to 
date in history by the cumulative 
oil reserves and you realize that 
about half of the world's oil has 
already been used. In the United 



Information in this article first appeared in Per- 
spectives on Science and Christian Faith, Vol. 41 , 
No. 2, June 1989 and is reprinted with permission. 
Relevant statistics have been updated to reflect 
increased current oil consumption. 



States, our proven reserves total 
25.3 billion barrels. New 
discoveries of any size are highly 
unlikely because we have 
already thoroughly explored all 
of the most likely sites. For sake 
of argument though, let us 
assume that we might discover 
three new oil fields the size of 
Alaska's Prudhoe Bay field. 
This would add some 30 billion 
barrels to our reserves of 25.3 
billion barrels. Then the ques- 
tion, "If we had 55.3 billion 
barrels of oil in reserve, how 
long would they last?" Again the 
math is simple. We use 17 
million barrels a day, or 6.2 
billion bairels per year. If we 
use no imported oil, our liberal 
estimates of 55.3 billion barrels 
is gone in only 8.9 years. What 
about the more realistic estimate 
of 25.3 billion barrels? At the 
present rate of consumption it 
will be gone in about four years. 

The policy of the recent 
administrations has been to end 
U.S. dependence on foreign oil 
by producing and using more 
American oil. That is a curious 
response. Trying to solve the 
problem of a limited oil reserve 
by using it up as fast as possible 
will only make us totally de- 
pendent on imports even sooner. 

Now let's turn to geography. 
Since we almost certainly expect 
our feast to last more than ten or 
12 additional years, we must ask: 
"Where will the oil come from?" 
The United States controls about 
4 percent of the known reserve, 
Mexico has 6 percent, the 
Soviets have 9 percent, the 
Chinese 3 percent and the 
countries of OPEC (including 
Iraq, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia) 
control 75 percent. It is clear 



that most of the oil used during 
the rest of the Oil Age will come 
from the Middle East. 

On to the history of events so 
recent that they hardly qualify as 
history. Less than two decades 
ago the world was thrown into 
economic chaos when OPEC 
turned off the spigot. The last 
time it happened the United 
States was importing less oil per 
year than we imported in 1989. 
Barring a national economic 
collapse, in 1990 we will pro- 
duce less and import even more 
oil. Is it any wonder the United 
States has been willing to 
commit its military to battle 
stations in the Persian Gulf? 

Belshazzar's feast ended when 
the Persians diverted the waters 
of the Euphrates and entered 
Babylon along the dry river bed, 
past guards too drunk to notice. 
Could it be that history will read 
that America's feast ended when 
"the Persians" diverted the flow 
of oil? Could it be that we are 
too drunk, too satiated on 
feasting to notice? 

How far will we go militarily 
to maintain our feast for a little 
longer? 

Somebody go 
get Daniel. 

Epilogue 

From the 
writing of 
the elev- 
enth cen- 
tury 
Hebrew 
philo- 
gist 
Rabbi 
Jonah 
ibn 
Janah 




of Saragossa: 

A man is responsible for ev- 
erything he receives in this 
world, and his children are 
responsible too. ..The fact is. 
nothing belongs to him. every- 
thing is the Lord's and whatever 
he received he received on credit 
and the Lord will exact payment 
for it. This may be compared to 
a person who entered a city and 
found no one there. He walked 
into a house and there found a 
table set with all kinds of food 
and drink. So he began to eat 
and drink thinking. "1 deserve 
all of this, all of it is mine, I shall 
do with it what I please.'' He 
didn't even notice that the owner 
was watching from the side! He 
will yet have to pay for every- 
thing he ate and drank, for he is 
in a spot from which he will not 
be able to escape. 

Even earlier. Rabbi Akiva. a 
contemporary of the Apostle 
Paul and perhaps the greatest of 
the early talmudic scholars, set 
down his vision of the feast, the 
hand that writes, and personal 
responsibility: 

Everything is given on pledge, 
and a net is spread for all the 
living, the shop is open; the 
shopkeeper gives on credit; the 
ledger is open; and the hand 
writes; and everyone that wishes 
to borrow, let him come and 
borrow; but the collectors make 
their rounds continually every- 
day, and e.xact payment of 
humanity with its consent or 
without its consent, for they have 
that on which they can rely: and 
the judgment is the judgment of 
truth: and all is made ready for 
the feast. 

What a party! 

Somebody go get Daniel. 



w 




hen you can't see the forest 
for the mosquitoes... 



Sometimes it is awfully 
difficult to see past the 
end of your nose. We 
humans do not readily 
look at life from a broader point 
of view than our own immediate 
desires or goals. We move 
through life responding to the 
momentary need, to personal 
fears, to unbridled selfishness. 
Many of the world's current 
problems illustrate this human 
tendency to live for today. The 
environmental problems of our 
world are only one example of 
the consequences of behaving in 
this way. 

Failure to see the big picture 
of who we are and what life is 
all about also affects our rela- 
tionships, our response to 
suffering, our educational goals, 
and our reaction to political and 
economic events. In order to 
solve the many problems of our 
modern era, we need to expand 



...Why our view 
of the big picture 
is so important. 



BY DR. MARK COSGROVE 



our view of reality to include 
larger dimensions of human 
purpose, morality, and responsi- 
bility. 

Blind as bats? 

A humorous example of the 
human tendency to think in the 
isolated moment rather than 



seeing the big picture occurred 
in World War II and involves a 
wild scheme to bomb Japanese 
cities with napalm-laden flying 
bats. 

At the time of the United 
States' entry into the war, clear- 
thinking American and Japanese 
leaders knew that America, with 
its industrial might, would not 
lose the war with Japan. The 
United States Navy was rapidly 
being rebuilt. The atomic bomb 
project was given the green 
light. Victory was only a matter 
of time. 

But, after Pearl Harbor and 
the initial Japanese victories, an 
anxious frenzy overtook many 
Americans. In those fearful 
weeks, a dental surgeon named 
Lytle Adams conceived of a plan 
to make bat bombs. Somehow, 
he got the ear of President 
Franklin Roosevelt, support of 
an eminent bat scientist at 



Harvard, and two million dollars 
in funding. 

Adams' plan called for bats to 
be chilled into hibernation, 
girded with tiny parachutes and 
napalm capsules, and then 
dropped from planes into 
Japanese cities. By 1943, 
Adams was ready to showcase 
his strategem. Top military brass 
gathered at a California airport 
for the test run. The bats were 
released over specially con- 
structed targets. To onlookers' 
dismay, the creatures flew away 
from the sanctioned targets and 
instead burned down the airport 
hangars and an observing 
general's car. That was the end 
of the bat bombs. 

The whole episode seems 
ludicrous today because we have 
historical perspective on the 
American ability to bomb Japan 
into submission. But, in the 
desperation of the moment, men 
acted foolishly. So too, today, 
we often live for the moment 
and act selfishly. History will 
undoubtedly label us foolish for 
what we have often done to our 
fellow human beings and our 
world. 
Expanding our view 

The world today needs people 
who can think with a reality 
larger than themselves, a reality 
that stretches over past and 




future and considers needs 
beyond self. It is difficult to 
imagine success at any endeavor 
if you limit yourself to thinking 
of just the immediate situation. 
The basketball coach wins the 
close games in February because 
he conditions his team in the fall. 
Chess games are not won by 
thinking only of the next move. 
Books are not written with only 
one paragraph in mind. 

Any part of life must be 
viewed as a part of the whole of 
life, if it is to be seen accurately. 
To live in just the present 
moment — to commit a crime, to 
strike a child, to cheat on a tax 



return, or to just "take the 
garbage out." is to ignore the 
ripples of effects that spread into 
the future. 
An expanded view of life 

Let me suggest three areas of 
thought which will help us take a 
larger view of life in today's 
world. First, human living 
necessarily involves self-sacri- 
fice. Life's goal should not be to 
live each day as pain-free as 
possible. God's larger plan for 
us involves relating to our world 
and our fellow humans in the 
midst of life's struggles. To be 
married and raise children means 
to surrender something of your 
life for your family. The amaz- 
ing result is that we find that a 
life of sacrifice is fulfilling. So. 
too, we must also properly relate 
to our environment in spite of 
the sacrifices required. To lower 
our thermostats, recycle our 
garbage, and use less gasoline all 
involve sacrifice, but are impor- 
tant to a whole world's present 
and future needs. 

Second, people should In- 
viewed as valuable partners in 
life, nor as irritants or enemies. 
Marriage and child rearing 
require mutual love and submis- 
sion. I read a newspaper account 
of a man who strangled his wife 
because she put mustard on the 
wrong piece of bread in his 



Dr. Mark Cosgrove is professor 
of psychology at Taylor Univer- 
sity. He has served the univer- 
sity for 14 years. 





sandwich. How pathetic was his 
view of a wife! Any person, 
even one who is not perfect, is 
infinitely more valuable than the 
momentary displeasure of 
finding mustard on one's lettuce. 
We must think with a more 
humane view of Third World 
peoples who breathe our pol- 
luted air, fish our mistreated 
oceans, and sacrifice their farm 
land for our need for beef, 
coffee, or cocaine. World 
resources are the resources of all 
of us. Third World poverty is 
our poverty. 

Third, nature cannot he 
considered our private resource. 
We must learn to see nature in a 
new light. Frogs are not merely 
equipment for dissection exer- 
cises in biology classes. Trees 
are more than so many feet of 
lumber. Animals are living 
beings of beauty and uniqueness. 
Trees are images of immortality 
and the raw material for poetry. 
Every species of plant or animal 
is part of the life cycle of nature 
upon which we depend. 

Some ask, "So what if a few 
thousand species of animals or 
plants disappear? We care about 
humans, not bugs." The answer 
is that we need nature to produce 
the air we breathe, absorb the 
carbon dioxide we exhale, 
decompose our sewage, produce 



our food, and maintain the 
fertility of our soil. 

But the questions continue. 
"What about mosquitoes? They 
are responsible for millions of 
deaths each year from malaria, 
yellow fever, and encephalitis. 
Are you going to make me feel 
guilty for killing a mosquito that 
is out for my blood?" 

Go ahead and swat that 
mosquito. Don't feel guilty 
about it, but do not fail to 
appreciate the value of mosqui- 
toes to the human race. The 
mosquito has rendered an 
enormous service to humanity 
precisely because it is a pest. 



The tropical rain forests of the 
world are virtually uninhabitable 
for humans primarily because of 
the mosquito. 

The rain forests in the Ama- 
zon, Africa, and Southeast Asia 
are perhaps the most valuable 
pieces of real estate in the world 
today. Rain forests make up 
only six percent of the earth's 
surface, but they harbor half of 
all plant and animal species, 
including some 2,000 species of 
mosquito. These forests absorb 
carbon dioxide and slow down 
the pollution of the world. 

The rain forests are critical to 
our life on earth. But Brazil's 
Atlantic forest and Malaysia's 
lowland forest are nearly gone 
while most of forests of Borneo 
and Philippines will be logged 
within 15 years. 

The lowly mosquito has stood 
guard over these treasures for 
thousands of years. But no 
more, because we are too 
strong — or too blind. Now, 
before it is too late, we must see 
mosquito and tree for what they 
are to life. 

If we can lift our sights to see 
the whole picture, the whole 
need, the whole purpose of life, 
things can get better. Our 
environment and our relation- 
ships will improve as we live the 
larger truth of life. 



HO'HO^ %OLL 0<J < D(B&RS 



A REPORT ON GIVING TO TAYLOR UNIVERSITY 




FALL 1990 



Now it is up to us- 



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by President Jay Kesler '58 

For me, no incentive approaches 
the sense of responsibility, even 
obligation and inward con- 
viction, that is contained in the first 
line of Wesley's hymn (see cover). 

Every day I am keenly conscious of 
the role of steward to which I have 
been called in keeping the charge in- 
cumbent in the vision of Taylor's 
founding. 

I regularly read the account of Tay- 
lor's early years as recorded in Dr. 
William Ringenberg's book, Taylor 
University, The First 125 Years. It 
paints a picture of a struggling institu- 
tion kept alive by the stubborn vision 
of men and women convinced that 
their cause is of God and worthy of 
personal sacrifice. Though abandoned 
to a large extent by the institutional 
church while weathering the calamities 
of the Civil War and the Union's na- 
tional economic pressures of post-war 
depression, they remember and 
maintain the charge. Christian educa- 
tion is worth the struggle and must be 
continued at all costs. Theirs are 
humble, yet noble efforts. Mine are 
but few words and meager tribute to so 
much dedication and vision. 
Example to inspire 

Few institutions in modern America 
can trace their history with continuity 
for 144 years. Taylor University is one 
of only two colleges in the Christian 
College Coalition that began in the 
first half of the 19lh century. Sustain- 
ing the Taylor vision over these four- 
teen decades has required huge 
commitment on the part of many 
people, some heralded and others lost 
to all but the mind of God. 

A few years ago, I discovered in my 
files the handwritten reminiscences of 
Dr. Burt Ayres, longtime dean of the 
university during the first half of this 
century. In his later years, Dr. Ayres 
recorded his memories of events, be- 



ginning with his arrival at Taylor as a 
young faculty member in 1 893. 
Among the fascinating anecdotes he 
recounts is the story of then-acting- 
president John H. Shilling, with the 
help of a handful of students, building 
fires in 20 below zero weather to keep 
gas flowing through shallowly buried 
pipes in order to keep students from 
actually freezing to death during a 
harsh winter storm. Many felt this ex- 
haustive exposure to the elements con- 
tributed to Shilling's untimely death a 
year later in 1904. 

Tapestry to weave 
My own memory recalls ramrod- 
straight, shy, and dignified Dr. Evan 
Bergwall on his knees with students in 
Shreiner Auditorium praying long into 
the night in quest of resolution of the 
students' spiritual struggles. 



IhanfQ to you, the tapestry of 

young lives is Being patterned 

into the, continuing fabric 

of the Taylor heritage. 



Sometimes I experience a deep 
sense of gratitude as I walk past the 
marker identifying the location of 
Maria Wright Hall (called the Ad 
Building in my student days). I recall 
the wide wooden stairs that led to the 
two lecture halls on the second floor 
where Holiness League and Mission- 
ary Ambassador meetings were held. 
I think of the contributions made to my 
life in the front two classrooms where 
Dr. Rediger taught Old Testament 
literature and philosophy of religion. 

At different times I wonder what 
today's students will feel as they stand 
in Bergwall Hall fifty years hence and 
recall dorm prayer meetings and 




President Jax Kesler 



friendships 
cemented 
in long, 
unfocused 
discussions 
in the quiet 
of the 
night. I 
pray that 
the quality 
of experi- 
ences and 
depth of 

spiritual commitment woven into fives 
in the lounges of Magee-Campbell and 
Swallow-Robin will be duplicated and 
even surpassed in Olson and Wengatz 
Halls. For many, this has doubtlessly 
become a reality already — and the 
tapestry of young lives is being pat- 
terned into the continuing fabric of the 
Taylor heritage. 

Challenge to meet 

These images provide for me a 
warm incentive to challenge the 
memories and the commitment of the 
Taylor constituency worldwide to 
carry forth the founding dreams and 
prayerful purposes that launched 
Taylor University almost a century and 
a half ago. This giving report is a 
tribute to those who through their 
financial involvement and accompany- 
ing prayers are maintaining this charge. 

I pray regularly that at some point 
in the not-too-distant future Taylor 
University will lead the nation's 
colleges in percentage of alumni 
giving. I believe this is an attainable 
goal because of the depth and quality 
of the Taylor experience academically, 
socially, and spiritually. What a 
heartwarming prospect to think of 
students in the 21st century looking 
back with fondness at their Taylor 
experience because we literally carried 
the torch, refused to let it die during 
these great years.... 

Gratitude to express 
"A charge to keep I have." Part of 
that charge is to say with profound 
gratitude, "Thank you for your faith- 
fulness in behalf of these young people 
who shall someday take their place in 
carrying forth the continuity of the 
Taylor tradition.' 



'Taylor fund 

by Taylor Fund Director Ronald Sutherland '82 

A new giving record has been established by Taylor 
friends, alumni, staff, and trustees! 

This past year the Taylor Fund achieved the highest level 
of giving in its history. The goal for the year was set at $1.1 
million. Together, with the Lord's blessings, we raised a 
total of $1,1 18,344. This is only the second time in the 
history of the university that the Taylor Fund has risen 
above the $ 1 million mark. 

Many groups deserve recognition for their selfless 
giving. Alumni giving was up over 13 percent from the 
previous year, helping us reach our highest level of partici- 
pation ever, 36 percent. Friends and staff also increased 
their giving by 33 percent and 27 percent respectively over 
the previous year. 

All these indicators point to the fact that you believe in 
the ministry Taylor University has in preparing young men 
and women for a life of service to our Lord. Because of 



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your financial support, Taylor University will 
continue to meet the educational and institutional 
challenges that it faces. 

We cannot help but dwell on the goodness of the Lord as 
we look at the results of this year. It is truly exciting to be a 
part of this ministry. 

The following report outlines several giving categories: 
Taylor Fund: 

1. President's Associates: $1,000 and higher 

2. Tower Club: $500— $999 
Total giving: 

1. Alumni by class 

2. Friends 

3. Parents 

4. Faculty and staff 

5. Foundations 

6. Business, industry, and organizations 

7. Matching gift companies 

8. Restricted giving 

Thank you for your outstanding support of Taylor Uni- 
versity during the 1989-1990 fiscal year. 
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A veritable 
mountain of a 
man, Bishop 
William Taylor strode 
across the world of his day, 
leaving lives changed in his wake. He brought the 



California, the wilds of the Congo, 
the ancient culture of India, and 
beyond. During 55 years of unflagging 
service, he traversed a quarter of a million 
miles. His evangelistic fervor and church-planting 
efforts were known on Five continents. He indeed 



message of salvation to the rough frontier of gold-rush earned the appellation, "missionary to the world." 



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Alumni 

Class of 15 

S ol donors. 1 
Participation: 33% 
Iris Abbey 

Class of 16 

# of donors 1 
Parlicpalion : 33% 
Robert L Tressler 

Class of 18 

#oi donors. 1 
Participation: 50% 
Marie Gibbs Tressler 

Class of 21 

# of donors: 3 
Participalion: 60% 
Robert R Sbaw 
Edna Slalsburg 
William K Williams 

Class of 22 

# of donors: 2 
Participation: 40% 

Mary French Mabuce 
Randolph W. Webster 

Class of 23 

# of donors. 4 
Participation: 67% 
Loraine Freesmeyer Chappell 
Joyce Spalding Evans 

Charles W & Miriam Teed Shilling 

Class of 24 

# ol donors: 5 
Participalion: 56% 
Edwin A. Briggs 
Winilred Smith 
Florence Welch Squier 
Bessie Lindsey Steward 
Dorothea Leach Wideman 

Class of 25 

# ol donors: 7 
Participalion: 78% 
Gilberl Ayres 

Irma Dare 
Ralph Henning 
Maynard Ketcham 
J. Lauren Naden 
Kathryne Bieri Sears 
MearlHimelickTaber 

Class of 26 

$ o! donors 9 
Participation- 56% 
Helen Wing Ayres 
Betty Krause Gehman 
Frances Rowland Haag 
Milton B. Leisman 
Harriel Leisure Naden 
Doris Atkinson Paul 
Raymond M. Squire 
D. V. Whitenack 
Howard Young 

Class of 27 

# ol donors: 7 

Participalion: 47% 

Ethel L. Soyer 

Mary Brenaman Brechbill 

Albert C. Eicher 

Maurice) L & Hazel Chamberlain 



Jones 
Travis Purely 
AlmaSilzle 

Class of 28 

# ol donors: 9 
Participalion: 43% 

Earl E & Frances Thomas Allen 
George L. Edie 
Ruth Flood 

Helen Brown Hamilton 
Elizabeth Beebe Irish 
Susan Ruby Breland Lamb 
Ellon B. Stelson 
Melvina Gleason Wilson 

Class of 29 

# of donors: 19 
Participation: 70% 
Esther L. Anderson 
Mildred Parvin Bastian 

Althea Osborne Catlm 
Josephine Deyo 
Bertha PollittGilson 
Edith Graff 
Bessie D. Haan 
Mildred Sliter Hinrichsen 
Katherine Tower Horton 
Mary Leisure Johnson 
Ida Marie Spreen Jones 
Frances Collins Krause 
Dorothy Collins Miller 
Wilson B. Paul 
Velma Fields Purdy 
Garnet Williams Rice 
Lena York Roth 
Howard L. Runion 
Paul Whitaker 

Class of 30 

# of donors: 18 

Participation 67% 
Ruby Shaw Bourquard 
Edna Chambers Chandler 
Lester Clough 
Ona Ingerson Epler 
Kenneth F Fox 
Elsie Fuller Gibson 
Samuel A. Grove 
Mary Miller LeValley 
InahM Masters 
Lloyd V. Mohnkern 
Grant E.Oberholtzer 
Jeff P. Paul 
Pauline Collins Rhine 
Loyal R. Ringenberg 
R. IvanSomers 
Beatrice Patrick Sparks 
Mary Ella Rose Stuart 
Gladys Sanborn Wagoner 

Class of 31 

# of donors. 26 
Participation- 63% 
Bernice Kendall Anderson 
Alex Bourquard 

Darwin R. Bryan 

Ellen Smith Culp 

Wallace W. Deyo 

Ralph Dodge, Sr 

Chester Fox 

Hugh Freese 

Lila Longcar Frye 

Florence Hazelton Hiester 

Kenneth E. Hoover 

Valta Rayl Johnson 

John Kjolselh 

George H. Lee 

Anita Hauber Leonard 

K. Edward Maynard 

Cameron D L. Mosser 

Clarence & Helen Brechbill Musser 

Adelaide Mcdonald Oakes 



Mary 

Poling 
Marguerite 

Deyo Pugh 
John W. Rood 
Doris Davis Somers 
Hazen Sparks 
R. Marvin Stuart 

Class of 32 

# of donors- 22 
Participation: 55% 
Margaret WollBreen 
Martin Luther Brokaw 
Lillie Reedy Clough 
Olive Himelick Connelly 
Gladys Williamson Csehy 
Mary Beebe Deyo 

Oral & Florence Drake Duckworth 

Vivien Myers Freese 

Carl L. Hawkes 

Mary Rice Hawley 

Irene Witner Hoover 

Cecelia Learn Jordan 

Reuben Judson 

Marguerite Friel Kettner 

Fred MacKenzie 

Albert C Mathias 

Mary lllk Mohnkern 

James Rhine 

Frank A. & Alice Bissell Simons 

Leah Loader Thomas 

Class of 33 

# ol donors: 12 

Participalion: 39% 
Warren Bailey 
Stanley R. Boughton 
Ray Brechbill 
Edna Musser Brokaw 
Merritt Clymer 
Catherine Tatem French 
Elizabeth Stuart Gates 
P Ardath Kletzing Hoflmann 
C.Lyle Thomas 
Fred & Ruth Tabberer Vosburg 
Audrey Ashe Zahniser 

Class of 34 

i of donors: 16 

Participation: 57% 

Herbert S Roberta Bennett Boyd 

Winifred Brown 

Louise Longnecker Cookingham 

Mina Herman Derby 

F. Oliver Drake 

Mary Deich Forgy 

Genevieve Cushman Fox 

Arthur L. Hodson 

Arthur W.Howard 

PaulJ lllk 

Doris Wtlson Porter 

Rowena Walker Stucky 

Ella Mae Davis Thomas 

Percival A. Wesche 

HughWildermulh 

Class of 35 

# ol donors: 15 
Participation: 58% 
Blaine Bishop 
Robert F Dennis 
DeWitt C. Fowler 
Irene Tennant George 
Mabel Frey Hensel 
Gordon Herrmann 
Goldie Crippen lllk 
Paul Johnson 
William R. McClelland 
Clarence P. Miller 
Lois Bostic Nelson 
Milton G. Persons 

M. E. Pittman 



Silverman 
'RumCoby Vining 

Class of 36 

# of donors: 9 
Participation: 56% 
Marjorie White Bill 

VanNess & Margaret Louise Cline 

Chappell 
Charles W. Cookingham 
Esla Herrmann Howard 
Carmen English Livezey 
Lucy Cormican Ridgeway 
Alvin D Strong 
R. Rulh Talbott Welch 

Class of 37 

§ of donors: 22 
Participation: 73% 
Roy F. Ballard 
Betty Peck Bishop 
Virginia Royster Bowers 
Mary Leiter Brenaman 
Gerald Clapsaddle 
Crystal Hawkins Dunn 
Mabel Johnston Fields 
Rulh Weller Hamann 
Clarence WHamm 
Aileen Catlin Herrmann 
Joseph Kimbel 
Ethel York Kleppinger 
Hazel Bloss Ladd 
K. M. Linn 
John U. Miller 
Leon Shaffer 
Garfield G. Steedman 
Clayton J. Steele 
Paul Stephenson 
Delpha M Van Winkle 
John M. Vayhinger 
Marjorie MacKellar Wesche 

Class of 38 

# of donors: 31 
Participalion. 65% 
Dorothy McLaury Bowie 
Mary Kalhryn Myers Burkhalter 
E. Lawrence Carman 

Hazel Butz Carruth 

Arthur Climenhaga 

Virginia Cline 

Emma Alspaugh Copeland 

J Arthur Dahlstrand 

Ralph R.Dillon 

Ted W. & Dorothy Weaver Engstrom 

Charles L. Garringer 

Richard W.& Clarice Bell Hallast 

Marie Harriett Heinemann 

John 0. & Lucille Kruschwitz Hersbey 

Thelma Sharp Hollingsworth 

Catherine Chappell Jones 

Gerald O.Kelver 

Mildred HuberLovell 

Mildred Macy 

Rebecca Wheeler Maxson 

John Miles 

Walter C. Randall 

Wallace Scea 

Marian Matthew Steedman 

Wirlh Tennant 

Margaret L. Trelz 

Samuel F Wolgemuth 

Ruth Royster Yunker 

Class of 39 

# of donors: 36 
Participation' 86% 
Donald Barnes 
Maurice Beery 
Margaret Sluyter Briggs 
GeraldineScheei Burnett 



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Dorotha Crandall Chapma 

Howard G. Eicher 
George Guindon 
Earle E Hart 

William& Mary Hess Hoke 
Alice K. Holcombe 
Francis Holloway 
Francis C. 

Johannides 
John P. Jones 
Stanley Jones 
Edith Persons 

Korpi 
Ralph 

Lawrence 
Merrill W. 

Livezey 
Nellie Blake 

McKitrick 
Isabel Baxter 

Meadows 
Harold S. & 

Muriel Sutch 

Miller 
MarcellaHubner 

Miller 
Taeko Obaro Okimoto 
Cyril D. Persons 
Alton Ridgeway 
Reuben Short 
Paul Sobel 
Alice Butz 

Uphold 
Ruth Imler 

Vayhinger 
Ruth Anderson Wedel 
L.Marshall Welch 
Robel D Wilburn 
Martha Matthews Wilkinson 
Kenneth Williams 
Grace Dourte Wolgemulh 

Class of 40 

# ot donors: 38 
Participalion: 70% 
Stanley Beers 

C. Melvin & Doris Brown Blake 
Omar Buchwalter 
Ralph W Cummings 
Kenneth Foulke 
Madelyn Leak Guindon 
Ruth Johnson Hall 
Teuntje Peters Hershey 
Harriet Davis Holcombe 
Robert Hollingsworth 
Gordon Kashner 
Rulh Prosser Keizer 
A. Leroy Keller 
Deane E. Kilbourne 
LovinaShupe Kimbel 
Harold R. Lanman 
Olin E.Lehman 
C Edwin McClarnon 
Evelyn Nysewander Miles 
Leone Harris Milliner 
William Moreland, Jr. 
Virginia Null Moshier 
George Murphy 
Wallace W.Page 
Evelyn Mudgetl Platte 
Wilma Shields Pratt 
Eileen Small Puntenney 
Gwen Niebel Randall 
MaxineWeed Robinson 
Virginia Longnecker Shaffer 
Nora L. Snyder 
Sherman W. Spear 
Opal Sprunger 
Ernestine Pask Stephenson 
John W Warner 
Eilamarie Williamson 
W. Wayne Yeater 

Class of 41 




# of donors: 32 
Participalion: 73% 
William L Armilage, Jr. 

Hope Wiggins Barnes 
Richard W. Bishop 
Virginia R. Bunner 
Earl & F Eleanor 
Anderson Butz 
Gerald Foster 
Mary Sypos 
Frandsen 
Noble Gividen 
Ruth Boiler 

Grant 

Kay 

Bingaman 

Hahn 

Naomi Hoke 

Nettie Lewis 

Leach 

Ann A. 

Leathers 
Ernest W. Lee 
Elisabeth Roane 
McClmtock 
Ross McLennan 
Lester A. Michel 
Donald A. Miller 
James R Miller 

Elizabeth 
* Carpenter 

temTador V Eleanor 

^ ^ E Parry 

Ross Richey 
Lucille Rupp 
Jessie Burtner Skinner 
Gail Malsbary Stein 
Dorothy Anderson Swearingen 
W. Erwin Vincent 
Rodah Elliott Welch 
Robert Wilcox 
Philip V. Yaggy 
Dorothy Ferree Yocom 

Class of 42 

# of donors: 39 
Participation: 59% 

E. Martin & Rhea Miller Barney 

Margaret Hyde Behnken 

John Bontrager 

Carl Brown 

Dorothy Brackbill Buchwalter 

Albert L Clarke 

Addison Eastman 

Margaret Haelner Elliott 

Eleanor Robinson Foulke 

WarneC. Holcombe 

Wilma Ditzler Kennedy 

Walter H. Kruschwitz 

Arnold R. Lewis 

Howard A. Lyman 

Gertrude E. MacDonald 

Hope Fosnaught Mathwig 

Claude McCallisler 

Lucille Webster McFarland 

William A. McKee 

Alphretta Meginnis 

Bernice Greer Meyer 

Martha Brown Michel 

Doris Horn Miller 

Minam Reish Nelson 

Jean Southern Nemore 

Penn H. & Eunice Knight O'Brien 

Don J. Odle 

Irene Tatman Pollard 

Ina Rowell Rocke 

Mildred Burdon Rossell 

Mary Kendall Sanders 

Kathryn Rupp Short 

Lois Slagle 

Howard Spitnale 

Carol B Unkenholz 



For his legendary feats of strength, William Taylor 
has been compared to Abraham Lincoln; for his jour- 
neys through Africa, to the English explorer Henry 
Stanley; for his vision of carrying the gospel throughout 
the world, to the Apostle Paul. Bishop Taylor's name- 
sake, Taylor University, continues to fulfill this vision. 

An early edition of the university's student annual 



records Bishop Taylor's concern for the school: "It is 
said that this world missionary, even in the face of life's 
larger calls, saw fit to pray thrice daily for the little 
institution that had... taken his name." 

It seems Bishop Taylor's prayers are still being 
answered today. And in her continued commitment to 
Christ, Taylor University carries on his legacy. 



Mildred Brown Yaggy 
Frederick E. Zigan 



Class of 43 




Vivian Havens McLennan 

Jeanne Blackburn Pearson 

Gail B. Price 

Fred C. Rowley 

Joseph & Frances Guindon Shisler 

Joyce Hunt Spitnale 

Harold E. & Kathryn Smith Springer 

Joyce Burtner Trumbauer 

Paul Trumbauer 

Paul P. Williams 

Lewis A. Wilson, Jr. 

Faith Glenwood Wynne 

Phyllis Martin Young 

Class of 44 

I ol donors: 29 

Participation: 62% 

June Pugh Bergwall 

E. C. Bernslorf 

James E. Bertsche 

Elizabeth Permar Bontrager 

Lois Chandler 

Paul D Clasper 

Nancy Pox Crecrall 

Theda J. Davis 

Edward Evanick 

William C. & Martha Devoss Evers 

William D. Green 

Ralph R. Johnson 

Gwendolyn Glenwood Jones 

Josephine Stuart Juett 

Martha Leeman Karges 

Betty Jean Weed Kruschwitz 

Janyce Swearingen Lyman 

Phyllis Steiner McCoy 

Bonnie Weaver Odle 

Glendyl Burgener Oslrom 

Norma Michel Reece 

Kathryn Tucker Schoen 

Jacob Seibold, Jr. 

Elizabeth Suderman 

Philip M. Whisler 

Agnes Grant Wilson 

Donald R. Yocom 

Dorothy McFall Zart 

Class of 45 

I ol donors: 29 
Participation: 48% 
M. Wesley Arms 



Gordon Bell 

Genevieve Shupperl Bertsche 
Robert & Mable Busch Bontrager 
Lawrence A. Brown 

Sarah Burdon Chrismer 
Robert L. Cox 
Ruth Chalmers 

Cuckovich 
Thetis Eastman 
Gerald Fisher 
Raymond 

Garrett 
James E. Giggy 
Jean 

Holcombe 
Marybelb 

Smith Hunt 
John M. Juett 
Gerald R. 

Klinefelter 
John W. 

Kruschwitz 
Rollie Leeman 
Niola Modelle 
Holt Metcall 
Kenneth Morse 
Ha Hollman Olney 
Elizabeth Good Owsley 
Winlred L. Pulsiler 

Paul Rupp 
William 

Siklberg 
John E. 
Siner 
Delos Tanner 
Warren Tropt 

Class of 46 

# of donors: 14 

Parlicipation. 42% 
Virgil V. Bjork 
Margaret Brown Gould 
Maurine Carver Hollman 
Harold E. Homer 
Arlouine Hamann Nelson 
Kathleen Howard Price 
Andrew Rupp 
Dorland R. Russett 
Slewarl H. Silver 
Elizabeth Sludabaker 
Alva J. Swarner 
Catherine Hatfield Welty 
Philip Williams 
Ruth Steiner Zimmerman 

Class of 47 

I of donors' 22 
Parlicipation: 52% 
Thelma Drew Beery 
Warren Bergwall 
Russell M. Clark 
Ruth Coughenour Cox 
Gwendolyn Somerville Gerig 
Alice Hilchcock Good 
Taylor W. Hayes 
GeneGibbsHenthorn 
LydiaRuppJuillard 
Gladys Brown Klinefelter 
Rulh Schoeppach Klinger 
Orville Kruschwitz 
Milton Murphey 
Doris Gilbert Newsom 
Wilma Sleiner Petersen 
Margie Billet Rich 
Annabel Longyear Rogers 
Eslher King Rupp 
Laura Herber Siklberg 
Jean Hayes Silver 
Dorothy Olsen Van Vleel 
Dorothy Fenslermacher Villwock 

Class of 48 

4 ol donors: 40 
Participation: 63% 



William R. 

&Elsa 

Johannsen 

Abram 
Florence Branch Bond 
Wesley M.& Dorothy Horn Bullis 
Adelle Davis Carpenlef 
Vera Fesmife Carroll 
Alyce Rocke Cleveland 
Harold Curdy 
Robert V. Deich 
Monroe Duttie 
Helen Zimmerman Dunham 
Floyd A. Emshwiller 
Jual H. Evans 
Norma Hickey Fleming 
Calvin & Betty Coats Fleser 
Catherine Wright Good 
Donald Hubbard 
Don W. Kloptenstein 
Ida Wessman Mannix 
Robert L. Morris 
Martha Ladd Murphey 
Inge Madsen Pabsl 
Jean Smith Rasmussen 
Ruth Brose Rogers 
Lois Harris Shafer 
Ray Stair 
William L.Stone 
Martha Johnson Slrunk 
Merton & Helen Maurer Tanner 
Charles A. Tharp 
Wayne Tone 
George Toops 
Joan Powell Tropf 
Clyde Trumbauer 
Ruth Waldin 
Robert W. Whitehead 
Fran Johnson Willert 

Class of 49 

# ol donors: 38 
Participation: 48% 
Warren K Alnor, Sr. 
Genevieve Beischer Beatlie 
Evan Bertsche 
Margaret Sherman Brown 
Georgia Brown Canedy 
Maurice W. Coburn 
Virginia D. Dober 
Leon L. Fennig 
Gaylord Gerig 
InezM.Gerkin 
Vernon G. Golf 
Wanila Sheagley Grainger 
Robert Henthorn 
Jerry Hesler Higgs 
Paul Hoft 
Charles Hollman 
Betty Kinstler 
Gnellar Chisolm Leeman 
Miriam Litten Long 
Myra Roester Luce 
Norman L Marden 
M. Jean Mosher Morris 
Elmer Nussbaum 
Vernon Petersen 
Beatrice Chambers Powers 
Frances Prough 
Norvai Rich 
Ellsworth Runyon 
Donna Williams Schmidt 
PaulJ. Shackley 
George Silburn 
John Strahl 
Shirley Gaerle Svaan 
Ethel Mae Abrams Tone 
Merlin Wilkins 
Lois M. Williams 
Mary Barnett Wilson 
Harold Zarl 

Class of 50 



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Jean Barkley 

Alnor 

Marjorie Wyant Anderson 
Shirley Burmeistet Augsburger 
Harold Beatlie 
Edgar W. Bolles 
Patricia Fewless Brass 
Dama Martin Burkharl 
Frank G & Betty Ireland Carver, Jr 
Bruce Charles 

Art E. 8. Jeanellen Stewart Christensen 
Elmer H. Copley 
Carl Oaugherty 
Murl Eastman 

MerlynD & Marilyn Anderson Egle 
Paul & Chloella Egly Erdel 
Reva Zischke Frees 
Barbara Clark Gentile 
Emerald Gerig 
Dorothy Stanton Hartman 
Carl W. Hassel 
Dillon L. Hess 
Virginia Gilchrist Hoyt 
Doris Bantz Hunter 
Daniel Hutchens 

Gordon S. & Helen Turner Jensen 
Joy Jessup Jones 
Alfred RKahler. Jr. 
Dolores Enrighl Kelly 
Evelyn Irene Pedersen Kyllo 
Elizabeth Lucas 

Fred H & Elaine Millhisler Luthy 
Clyde Meredith 
James E. Morris 
Virginia Veenslra Pieschke 
Lyle G. Rasmussen 
RulusA. Regier 
Carl W, Rice 
Wesley E. Robinson 
Belty Tusanl Roehl 
Opal Buck Shoemaker 
Barney Sikma 
Philip E. Souder 
Paul Steiner 
Royal Sleiner 
John Svaan 
Dalton Van Valkenburg 
Timofhy Warner 
Howard A Washburn 
Douglas Weikel 
Robert Wendel 



Class of 51 

t of donors: 74 

Participation: 47% 

Reginald & Flora Adams Alford 

Dorothy Eel Is Andresen 

Clyde Augsburger 

William C Berry 

Dorothy Kimball Biomquist 

Paul L. Boyer 

Bessie Carter Brewinglpn 

Dorothy M Butler 

Robert Campbell 

Nancy Mudge Calo 

Betty Cote Charles 

Kenneth L. Christensen 

Malvin Cofietd 

Conrad A Collins 

Marian Munson Collins 

Norman V. Cook 

Alieda Bushey Deal 

Theodore S Dexter 

Donavon J. Gerig 

Belly Thompson Getty 

Ralph Goodell 

Miriam Hardy Grubb 

R James Hagen 

Vilis Hayes Haines 

Fenion DeWille Hall 

Avis Morehead Hassel 

L. Jerome Heath 



Clyde K. Hunter 
Ulee Clinton Hutchens 
Gordon W. Johnson 
Roberta Kess er 

Lauradean Snooks Kraklan 

Waller Kregler 

Dillon Laflin 

Andrew J. & Ella Kincaid Lindvall 

Calvin & Twyla Bergman Marcum 

Gerald Marek 

Carlene Mitchell Matthews 

Erma Gardner McCarthy 

Charles R. McDonald 

Billy Melvin 

Shirley Harvey Miller 

Henry Nelson 

Jean Fossum Nicholsen 

F James Norris, Sr 

Milo Nussbaum 

E. Herbert Nygren 

Martha Slagg Oechsle 

William E. Payne 

Howard Pearson 

Robert Pieschke. Sr. 

David E. Rathjen 

Frederick H. Russell 

Robert R. Schenck 

Marian Wilson Schindter 

Winifred Murray Scott 

Judson Shoemaker 

Adeline M. Slagg 

Ruth Henry Steiner 

Ruth Muselman Steury 

Ralph Teuber 

Claudia Groth Vail 

Elizabeth Brose Van Horn 

Donald E. Walden 

Lois A. Weed 

Valetla Short Werder 

James L. West 

Donna Hardleben Whitlam 

Norman & Eunice Berg Wilhetmi 

Jeannette Elissa van Aalst 

Class of 52 

# of donors 73 

Participation: 45% 

Lawrence W. Bauer 

Joseph Beeson 

Merlin R. Birky 

Wiiliam & Ruth Zimmerman Bowers, 

Jr. 
John Bragg 
Doris Oswalt Brause 
Donald Brooks 

Gerald W. & Sylvia Tucker Borke 
Lewis Burns 
James W Comstock 
Roy L. Comslock 
Louise P Dawson 
Pauline Breid Dewey 
Jean Miller Diller 
Kenneth Dunkelberger 
Ruby Enns 
Robert Fraser 
J Paul Gentile 
Carl E. Gilbrealh 
Raymond L Gillis 
Carl & Mary Davis Gongwer 
Mary A. Goodridge 
Don L & Dorothy Jean Huffman 

Granilz 
William C Hayden 
Pearl Hoflman 
Shirley LundeJacobsen 
John C Kaiser 
Thelma Aileen Karg 
Gloria Krebs Kleinhen 
Bruce Kline 
Maurice Lindell 
Herbert R Lucas 
E. Don Martin 
Harold Matthews 
Darlene Eby Melvin 



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Robert M. Neely. Jr. 

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Harold J. Oechsle 

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Dora Culver Phillippe 

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Ralph Ringenberg 

Richard Russell 

Mary Kloptenstein Schmidt 

Carol Gramlich Scott 

Mary Jones Scott 

Carl Siklberg 

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Vema Steury Tharp 

Harold Thornburg 

W. Lee & Ruth Dixon Truman 

Richard & Pat West Unkenholz 

Glenna Phillips Walton 

Edith Ann Whitman 

Wayne W. Woodward 

William I. Wortman 

Ted Wright 

Winifred Cleveland Wright 

Class of 53 

$ of donors: 44 

Participation: 39% 

Ma) ~ r z f z.: 

Lyle Barrett 

Georgia Taylor Batten 

Lois Ford Beeson 

Mary Fleming Berry 

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Ernest L Cobbs 

Muriel Culver Cook 

Mary Gerow Corliss 

Eva L Dillin 

Jane Ericson Everson 

Pierre J. Fisher 

Re) Gearharf 

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Dav : rtaive) 

William Hesse 

Bonnie Baker Howard 

V. Donald Jacobsen 

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Maty Filch Kaiser 

Fred K E nher 

Curtis Lake 

David & Rebecca Swander Le S) 

Phyllis Miller Miller 

Leon L Nicholsen 

Harold Olsen 

Barbara Owen 

David Phillippe 

Virginia Balk Pickering 

William I Rediger 

Wallace Rook 

Rodge .'. ;. leHasetwood 

Schmidt 
Ralph Schuster 
Douglas Soot 
Paul Scott 
Roy Shetv) 
Mary Wilson Turner 
Martha Fordyce Welsh 
Donald Wilks 
Kenneth Wright 

Ctass of 54 

t ot donors: 38 

Participate: , : ; 

Joy E, Arthur 

Shirley Bohleen 

Barbara Gordinier Brancalo 



Only one gravestone stands on Taylor's campus. 
Somehow it seems fitting it is that of President Thad- 
deus Reade. It was he who directed the university's 
move to her present location, sacrificed his personal 
savings to strengthen her financial position, and ushered 
her into a new century and a new emphasis on spiritual 
and missionary outreach. 



In 1893, Dr. Reade supervised the financially troubled 
university's move from Fort Wayne to Upland. He also 
entered into a risky financial arrangement with the 
university trustees in which he became personally 
responsible for the school's operating expenses as well as 
for all debts which might be accrued during his admini- 
stration. 



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Richard Corliss 


Robert G. Hankins 


F % TO K 


rpcTfp /S^ Russell 8, 


Gene Matsudo 


Peggy Matthews 


Lila Hansen Cosmades 


G. Kent Hatfield 


Laurence n^. ^ 


' j/S Lois Johnson 


Raymond A, Merz 


Thomas McGeath 


Harold W. Draper 


Jerry Hippenstee! 


Warner ^y^^-^_ 




Paulson 


Gloria Shepherd Nelson 


Nancy Anderson McMurlry 


Kenneth Fahl 


Roger E.Hirschy 


Mildred Andrews — — 


- — — Nelson Price 




Judy Weber Polsgrove 


Helen Padrutt Miller 


Violet Goldsworthy Fraser 


Ruth Allspaw Hopkins 


Whiteley 


Nancy Lindgren Roharl 




Cleo Murdoch Purdy 


Millard Niver 


Rulh Gentile Gearhart 


JoAnnNemoth Jones 


Edwin H. Wiens 


Ellon H & Barbara Lawrence Rose 


R. Waldo Roth 


Arthur Norris 


Terveer Ginter 


Kenna Gager Joustra 


Patricia Ottinger Wilson 


Gene L Rupp 




Wayne Rowel I 


Mary Dellinger Pahmeier 


Robert Grubb 


Jo Ann Albrecht Kehoe 


Class of 58 


Joyce Snick Schwanke 




Russell M. Ruch 


Darrel Parris 


Howard Habegger 


Joseph C- Kerlin 


Jean Lehman Sheets 




Thomas G. Rumney 


Roger Peck 


Mary Von Bergen Hesse 


Dorothy Garnett Lehmann 


# of donors 81 


Carole Shoup Smith 




Nancy Rowley Rupp 


Gordon Polsgrove 


Winnie M. Holm 


Loren Lindholm 


Participation: 54% 
Jerry D Ailred 
Grayson Atha 
Floyd Baker 
Stan J Beach 


Suzanne Kuhn Smith 




Barbara Schultz Shupe 


Freda J. Riddle 


Theodore M. Hopkins 


Marjorie McCallum Meske 


Nelda De Long Sonday 




Joseph Smith 


Marylou Riggle 


Geraldine Cook Howard 


Demeril Motter 


Arlene Frehse Spade 




Barbara Udisky Stigleman 


Marlene Wilcox Roth 


Forrest & Arlene Smith Jackson 


Marion UnkenholzMulhiah 


Lois Weed Stoker 




Paul Stubbs 


Jonnine McKinley Rumney 


David A. Jones 


Ruby Moser Neuenschwander 


Takako Kokame Tanaka 




Roland L. Sumney 


David R. Scudder 


Mary Von Delinde Lake 


Phyllis Latham Niswender 


Marilyn Habegger Beaverson 
Roland M. Bertka 


Marilyn Holloway Taylor 




Leil & Marjorie Starkweather Terdal 


Larry Sheets 


Elaine McNeil Lindell 


Phyllis Osborn 


Lucille Stern Ulery 




Lavonne Tieszen 


Linda Brokaw Shelton 


Max E. Meier 


William Plumb 


William Boycott, Jr. 
Jean Watson Carter 
Lenore Ringenberg Chernenko 
Duane Cuthbertson 


Barbara Meyer Warner 




Robert Trout 


Richard Shupe 


Gail Brenneman Nichols 


Velma Vernier Rediger 


Howard Watson 




Ronald Valutis 


Janel Gushiken Terui 


George R. Palerson 


Rosalyn Coburn Richmond 


Allan K. Wilson 




Gladys Haakonsen Westerberg 


Ernest Tomforde 


David Pelton 


John Rigel, Sr, 


Robert C. Wolle 




RosanneShippy Wolle 


Andrew Trotogot 


Richard H. Raby 


Carolyn Bailey Riley 


Ruby Johnston Dailey 
Robert & Betty Godsey Davis 
Victor Denton 


Harry A. & Ruth Ralston Young 


Mari Mieno Yamaguchi 


Rosalie Closson Valutis 


Edith Casperson Rediger 
Vonda Lightbody Rigel 


James Matthew Robertson 
Phyllis Snyder Rowe 


Class of 59 




Class of 60 


Miriam Beers Van Valkenburg 
Josephs & Carolyn Cloer Wagner 


Betty Blom Ruth 


Lorraine Lindholm Ryberg 


R. E. Dodge, Jr. 


# of donors: 62 




# of donors: 71 


Mary Henning Weirick 


Noel Spencer 

Richard Steiner 

Helen Ballinger Summers 


Evangeline Thomas Smith 
George E. Somers 
Ruth Thomas Spencer 


Phyllis Engle 
Jemima Ensing 
Ramon Farley 


Participation: 47% 

Roger E. Beaverson 
Sandra Moore Bedford 




Participation: 48% 
Wanda Pittman Atha 
Ellen Lee Barnes 


Carol L Wharton 
Carolyn Bennett Wheeler 
Edythe Brown Williams 


Robert Tidgwell 
Donna Peck Wanvig 
Gerald Welsh 
Carmen Justice Wilks 


Doris Bauder Starner 
Jarvis Steiner 
Ann Donker Stubbs 
John Terrell 


Ronald & Mary Lou Loomis Fassett 
Mary Cavanaugh Fendl 
Charles Fraley 
Anna Newhard Fullhart 


David Bowman 
Alice Netzband Boyer 
Sue Robinson Brown 
Nancy Wittman Brubaker 




Joyce Morgan Bates 
Nancy Bibb Beckner 
G. Dewayne Bontrager 
Joan Haaland Britlon 


Jerry & Maxine Smith Willman 
Arnold Woodring 

Class of 61 


Creighton Woltz 


Wendell C. & Diane Beghtel True 
David Wells 
Charles M. Whiteley 
Dian Krider Wilkey 
Robert L. Wright 


Elizabeth Blackburn Gangel 


Gertrude Dahl 




Doris Kocher Browning 


i ol donors: 59 


Lloyd Wright 


George A. Glass 


Tracy L Davis 




Rosemary Harper Bucy 


Participation: 41% 


Class of 55 


Kedwin D. Graber 
Ralph Gyde 


Wendell J DeBruin 
Bradley Duckworth 




Betty Augustine Burden 
Lorene Reisdorph Burns 


Marlene Moore Abraham 
John A. Affleck 


# ot donors: 35 


Thomas R. Hailey 


Patricia Stall Eklund 




Gloria Moennig Carey 


Richard A. Baarendse 


Participation: 35% 


Class of 57 


G. Arthur Hansen, Jr. 


Marilyn Follett 




Curtis Carter 


Raymond R. Bachman 


Jack & Ramona Ferguson Augustine 


Larry R. Harper 


Gerald & Arlene Hieber Fouls 


Earl Christensen 


Carolyn Sandstrom Bardwell 


Thomas G. Beers 


# of donors; 48 


Donald & Miriam Parks Hedrick 


Irlene Gierman Glenn 




Rulh Moss Coverdale 


Audrey J. Berndt 


Lois Corliss 


Participalion: 40% 


Martin Hess ^ 


Sherry Perkins Gormanous 




Marilyn Buckles Cuthbertson 


Judy Hollman Bontrager 


Doris Crawmer 


Joyle Allen 


Marvin Hobbs, Sr. 


Dave Gustalson 




John Wesley Duckworth 


R. David & Joan Graffis Boyer 


Lloyd 0. DeLong 


Dorothy Brown Arthur 


Jane Vanzant Hodson 


Richard E. Guthrie 




Robert Dvorak 


Joseph D. & Judy Boll Brain 


Miriam Deyo 


Ann Nishihara Ayabe 


Carl H. Hofinga 


Geraldine Ensor Hall 




Charles W. Ford 


Bruce N. Brenneman 


Margaret Williamson Gillis 


Ruth Unkenholz Case 


Verna Isaac 


Betty Zeigler Handley 




Robert J. Freese 


Stanley Burden 


Charles W. Good 


William L. Chapman 


John R.Johnson 


Marilyn Willet Heavilin 




David & Dorothy Brunner Gehres 


Rulh Volk Carlisle 


Dorothy Hiatt 


Walter Chernenko, Jr. 


Jay Kesler 


Carol Coyner Hess 




Jan Huffman Glass 


Gary Cooper 


Ernestine Good Holmes 


Nancy Delay Dodge 


Dawn Shumaker Kinzer 


Edna Nishihara Holdeman 




Annetta Josephs Graham 


James R & Marjorie Eby Crowder 


Nancy Jacobson 


Sylvia Hines Duckworth 


Doris McBride Knoblock 


Marilynn Nurse Huge 




John H. Grile 


Beverly Knoll Culp 


Roselyn Baugh Kerlin 


David E. Faris 


Elsa Anderson Kroger 


Walter & Darlene Reimer Huitema 


Evalyn Deyo Hadley 


Lucille EntzDiller 


Larry Liechty 


Paul Fend! 


Ellis L. Larsen 


David Kemp 




Gertrude Krein Hampton 


Barbara Hanawalt Ford 


EloiseOlcott Miller 


Kenneth 0. Gangel 


Grace M. Larson 


Jane Smith Kesler 




Marilyn Yerks Harp 


Marlene Silvis Georgia 


Joyce Bresson Moore 


Robert C. & Joan Lloyd Gilkison 


Orlan F. Lehmann 


James Key 




Dale Hochslettler 


Jerry Goss 


R. Ivan Niswender 


Howard A. Holmes 


William M. Loewen 


Charles Kimes 




William R Hoel 


Constance Grant Green 


Fred Prinzing 


Daniel M. Howell 


John C. Louthain 


Jack W. & Janet King 




Earl Jackson 


Charles D.& Patricia Hard Gritfin 


Virginia Motiu Puroll 


Joyce Kaufmann 


Witma Vanderbie Lubbers 


Leroy D. Kinzer 




Roger Jenkinson 


Harold J. Hatcher 


Pat Lucas Raby 


Helen Koepp 


Arlene Lundquist 


Janel Hartman Kranz 




James William Jones 


Garth D Irey 


Stanley M & Connie Ross Reed 


Jane Peirce Lesh 


Gail Malmsberry 


Shiela Kuehnle 




George H. Klohck 


Robert F. & Margarel Tatem Jackson 


Jane Slenzak 


Stanley Letherman 


Kenneth D. & Joy Hainlme McGarvey 


Ruth Dillon Lambnghl 




Carol Ash Kundenreich 


Lois Martin Jones 


Bernard Starrier 


Rita Gerhard! Lindholm 


Paul Millikan 


Phyllis Hamilton Larsen 




David B. Larson 


Paul Jorg 


Robert Stoker 


Blanche Burwell Louthain 


Eloise Van Natta Moore 


Dale Linhart 




Marian Lehmer Linhart 


Hubert Kuhn 


Harold G & Charlotte Cunningham 


Sarah Roush McMillin 


Eleanor Laughlin Morey 


Grelchen Miller Loomis 




Marjorie Kaufmann Mason 


Donald Leigh 


Toms. Jr. 


Barbara Thurman McQueary 


Anita Callaway Morris 






Howard Mathisen 


Ruth Stockinger Meyerholtz 


Richard A Turner 


Pat Sparks Meredith 
Bradley E. Moore 


Judith Shafer Needier 

Beverly Borg Northup ^ -b _ 






Charleen Schmeltzer 
*~~— -— ^^^ Matsudo 


Carl Leroy Mickley 


Margaret Wickett Vida 






Janice Miller Myers 


Walter Wanvig 


Virgil & Marlene Rouizong Myers 
Anita Ford Prinzing 










Robert E. & Barbara Jacobson Olson 


Stephen Warden 






John N. Oswalt 


Norman G. Wheeler 


Dorothy Miller Schroepler 










Robert L. Palmer 


Martha Hayden Woodward 


Delmar Schwanke 










^ Myrna Marshall Parris 


Marie Lamb Wright 


Mary Massar Seamon 










^v Leah Willarose Yeley Parson 


Mitsuko Higa Yamaguchi 


Ronald W. Shaw 










^V Irvin Polk 


Class of 56 

$ ot donors: 48 
Participation: 40% 
Margaret Weedon Barton 
Margaret A. Bash 
Riley B. Case 
Carol Herber Coblentz 


Curtis Clifford & DeLois Stoesz 
Smith y 

Shirley Pletcher Smith / 

Ken & Elizabeth Galloway / 
Stark / 

Miriam Culp Stewart j(\t 










Sy ^v H. Fred Pomeroy 
a^jk \ Oris Lee Reece 


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\ *\ William Ringenberg 
\ lA Robert J Rudolph 
«*^^^*1^\ Sharon A Rupp 










j&TwyjV Judy Lammon 


Rhoda Evans Taylor-Mayer K£ta 
Florence Johnson (i\\ 








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WttyjLJ Sampson 
.vmfc^S Joyce Huebner 


Robert A. & Lois Stockman Duffy 
A. Kay Brenneman Erb 
Delite Lieske Fahl 
June Fraulschy 
Virginia Stickler! Gutick 


Thomason lwJ*s 
William Carson Thompson ynfe 
Virginia Hamilton Tobias %j^ 
Kenneth Tousley yR 
Nancy Cimbalo Trotogot \ 


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KfjftJ R. Larry Smith 
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While accepting only $600 a year 
in salary — the same as the other mar- 
ried men on faculty — he donated $4000 of 
his personal savings and made himself account- 
able for the teachers' salaries. 

Dr. Reade brought renewed spiritual vigor and focus 
to the school during his tenure. 



He often 
averred that 
Taylor University 
was the only monument 
he ever wanted. The school he 
so loved yet stands in testament to his commitment to 
Christian higher education; a fitting monument, indeed. 



J/kcrtwRg'E 



Maxine Steury Balkema 

Marilyn Elfett Blom 

Timothy Burkhotder 

Jacob C.Chan 

Sterling E. Davis 

Lois Staub Deyo 

Thomas H.Dick 

Georgia R. Dodd 

Vivienne Mitchell Evans 

Barbara Crowder Fagg 

E. Byron Fox 

Anita Weimer Freeman 

Charles T. French 

Robert H. & Sandra Krehbiel Gardner. 

Jr. 
Alice Hendrickson Golden 
Janelte Lister Greene 
Ruth Wolgemuth Guillaume 
Harry Haakonsen 
Doyle L- Hayes 
Janet Hardy Hochslettler 
John P. Huibregtse 
Richard P. Johnson 
Marcia Van Doren Jorg 
KeikoShimizuKiguchi 
David & Karole Bowen Kocher 
Roy A. Krai 
Ronda Huller Kunau 
Robert C. Larsen 
Nancy Nickels Luttinen 
Joyce Gray MacLeish 
Loretta Thomas Mann 
Theodore J Marr 

Herbert E. & Gudrun Nordin Mcintosh 
Sandra Rupp Moeschbergef 
Martha Passler Mosher 
Mary Bruerd Moudy 
DaleW. Murphy 
Everett Myers, Jr. 
Evelyn Richards Norris 
Luanne Adams Phillips 
Philip A. Place 
Charles L. Ramsay, Jr, 
Lawrence J. Rich 
Thomas D. Ringenberg 
Virginia Doctor Roe 
JudieOhlrich Rudolph 
Dean E. Rupp 
Fred Stockinger 
Sally VemllThor 
Ronald Van Dam 
Lois Charles Whitcratt 
MarthenaRawlings Wilder 
David Williams 
Jennifer Fierke Wilson 
Douglas D.Wood 
Loretta C. Young 
Ronald L. Zerbe 

Class of 64 

# ot donors: 87 
Participation: 37% 
Gladys Oates Alley 
Susan Imhof Amsler 
Sharon Dalberg 



Carolyn Haas Sprunger 
C. Rex Taylor 
Lena De Pue Tomforde 
Diane Tenpas Vivian 
Dale A Williams 
R.Scott Wilson 
Roger E. Winn 

Class of 62 

# of donors: 62 
Participation: 35% 
Patricia Liby Amslutz 
Sheldon Basset! 
Ardith Hooten Bradford 
PriscillaJ. Bruce 

Nancy Henderson Christensen 

Jack L. Cramblet 

L. Jeannette McClure Davis 

Lou Ellen Larson DeWitt 

Arthur Deyo 

Timothy Diller 

David Dryer 

E. Thor Foss 

Linda Larsen Fuhrer 

Tom Gehner 

Ruth Gehres 

Joyce Worgul Guslalson 

Donna Ramseyer Hallenbeck 

Delores Steinbach Home 

Janet Mendenhall Homer 

Donald L. Homey 

Janel Judd Jenkinson 

June Kearney 

Tal Keenan 

Sharon Riggs Key 

Al Kundenreich 

Janel Case Langenwaller 

Judith Johnson Leigh 

Carolyn Wolfgang Lewis 

Margery Livingston 

Philip Loy 

Mary Weidler Lyons 

Donald & Janice Salisbury McDougall 

Donald I. Miller 

Patricia Rulenacht Mochel 

Melvin Moeschberger 

Benjamin Mosher 

Alden Nay 

Richard & Judy Enlrikin Nicewonger 

June A. Nilsen 

Connie Peck 

Paul Phinney 

Terry F. Reichardt 

Anita Van Winkle Rice 

Roger W. Roth 

Martha Dunn Russell 

TamaraSchilko 

Barbara Archer Silvis 

Carlton J. Snow 

G. Palrick & Beulah Reinmiller 

Stillman 
Ruth Strong 
Ned Stucky 

James & Frances Woy Terhune 
Daniel W. Thor 
Carolyn VargaTidlund 
Joyce McClurg Todd 
Jonetl Willis Van Dam 
Elaine Brunz Vanderfvleulen 
Beverly Horn Zell 

Class of 63 

# ol donors: 67 
Participation: 34% 
Jane Kemple Allan 
Juanita Anthony 

Anthony 
Jacquelm Ruchti 

Ashton 
Alan Atha 
Wayne Augustine 
Lois Jackson Austin 
Elsbelh Baris 

Baarendse 



Prince 
Kabu lay 
there, beaten and 
bloody, waiting for 
death at the hands of an 

enemy tribesman. Suddenly, a bright light flashed in 
the African jungle and a loud voice impelled him to flee. 



Anderson 
Elaine 

Springer 

Anspaugh 
Gail Ofte Atha 
Mary Schneider Augustine 
Margaret Anema Barnhart 
Perry J Bigelow 
David Bingeman 
M. Rosalie Bowker 
Carolyn Williamson Burkholder 
Ann Newsom Bush 
Walter E. Campbell 
Dan Carpenter 
Suzanne Rufenacht Corkill 
Carole Gibson Denlinger 
Mary Wells Dennis 
Daniel Dew 
David Dickey 

Mary Ellen Matthews DuPree 
James Evans 

Don & Nan Buecker Fancher 
David H. Forbes 
Deanna Mayne Francis 
Nancy Ackerman Frederick 
John C. Freeman 
Barbara Davis French 
Norma Hill Gehner 
David Gelwicks 
Marilyn Bohn Gifford 
David Golden 
Robert Grau 
Stanley Guillaume 
Roy & Lynne Osberg Hagen 
Herbert Hall 
Suelyn Satterlee Heth 
Todd Hinkle 
Willie Hunter 
Myra Bullock Jones 
David & Bonnie Philpot Kastelein 
Allen Katfmann 
Judith Fink Kirsch 
Judith Gehner Knell 
Joyce Koehn Knott 
Donald Knudsen 
Darlene Driscat Krebs 
Wayne M. Ladd 
Leanne Levchuk 
Daniel MacLeish 
Rhoda Grosser Mackenzie 
Helen LaDuke Miller 
Mary Kay Naumann Miller 
Louis & Patricia Patterson Molic 
LaMoine L Motz 
Elizabeth Miller Nelson 
Garry L. Ostrander 
Mary Hogston Palmer 
James & Dara Epp Peters 
Sandra Marshall Phinney 
Gloria Callaway Regier 
Maryann Whittaker Rupp 
Ronald L. Scott 
Marcia Everswick Seeland 



Dan & Janet Tucker 
Smith 
Paul & Nancy Badskey Spurgeon 
Marjorie Carlson Swisher 
Darleen Mills Teclor 
Stanley & Janet Richardson 

Thompson 
Peter Valberg 

Bonnie Garard Van Der Kolk 
Jack VanVessem, Jr. 
Elmer & Nancy Estep Vogelsang 
Manjane Ritter West 
George Y. Williamson 
Larry Wintefholter 
Ruth Walker Wood 
Sherry Johnson Zerbe 

Class of 65 

# of donors: 61 

Participation: 38% 

Norman Andresen 

M. Dennis Austin 

Robert Ayton 

Gary & Sherryl Hatton Bowman 

Ruth Reger Brooks 

Dorothy Pile Campbell 

Mary Baker Campbell 

Edwin Chappell 

Nancy Clay Cox 

Susan Beam Crumbacher 

Sara Guynn Darby 

Jeanne Desposito 

Martin L. Earnest 

Thomas Ebright 

Sue Truex Fellon 

Kenneth Flanigan 

Patricia Carlson Garrard 

Jack P. Given 

Joyanne Plummer Gustafson 

J. Eileen Knell Hooper 

Barrett H. Horn 

David Horsey 

Treva Davis Howard 

Kurt Hunsberger 

Judith Boyko Imperial 

William E. Jones 

Katherine Dolch Kapottos 

Lily Batuski King 

Joyce Helm Kuhn 

James Lindell 

James MacLeish 

Mary McDonald Massongill 

R. Eugene Mastin 

Bonnie RauchMcCullough 

Nancy Wagner McMahon 

Lynn E. & Irmgard Holz Miller 

Suzanne Lee Miller 

Dennis Moller 

Richard G. Newton 

Marilyn Fahs Olsen 

Carollyn Saxlon Peerman 

Toby Andrews Peterson 
RobertO. Rans- 
bottom 



Alumni participation by class, 



1915-1953 



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Guided by the light, the boy who 
was to become known as Sammy 
Morris made his way through the wilder- 
ness to a plantation where an American 
missionary, a Taylor graduate, baptized him. With 
his conversion came a deep spiritual thirst. His mission- 
ary friends could not adequately answer his searching 



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Alumni participation By doss, 
1954-1989 

35 40 

1 — I — I — I — I — I — I — I — I — I 




Wffl 



Yvonne C 

Rosecrans 
Beverly 

Petlerson Scolt 
Jerry Showalter 
Gary Shuppert 

David & Constance Culhbertson Slater 
Jack L. Souder 
Judson Sprunger 
Robert H. Stewart 
Barbara Butman VanVessem 
Elaine Shugart Vandegriff 
Fred A. Walthour 
Marilyn Lake Watkms 
Judith Slams Willard 
Samuel C.Wolgemuth 
James H. Woods 

Class of 66 

i ol donors: 63 

Participation: 35% 

Svend E. Abrahamsen 

Sandra La Rose Andresen 

Sharon Laughlin Austin 

David Baugfi 

Edgar Cline 

Mark Clough 

Barton & Marilyn Stucky Comstock 

Joseph Corey 

Lois Horst Cox 

Wanda Gail Chasteen Culbertson 

Daniel R. Darby 

Dianne Weedon DeBoer 

Judith A. Dick 

Douglas S. & Barbara Wills Dickinson 

William A. Downs 

Mary L. Piegnet Dye 

Sara Carmany Eggleston 

Susan Rosberg Emerson 

Karen Dahlstrom Festa 

Kent Fishel 

Elizabeth Clinl Flanigan 

Ruth McDonald Fouse 

Donald Francis 

Elizabeth Wells Frantz 

Jams Sprunger Grau 

Norman L. Guillaume 

Gary Habegger 

Onley Heath 

Carol Grater Henry 

Joan Nelson Horn 

Karen Plueddeman Horsey 

Dorothy Kalb Hsu 

Roberta Sheesley Hunsberger 

Steve Huser 

Don L. Jones 

Gary J & Judith Carlson Jones 

Ronald D. Kregel 

Carol Heltrick La Grange 

Suzanne Peterson Lindgren 

Elsie Fogle McAlexander 

Gwenl. Moser 

Ronald Oakerson 

David J Peterson 

Terry Porter 

John S. Prins 

James Rahn 

Wilbur Regier 

James 0. Richard 

Karen Huston Russell 

Gloria Gales Schafter 

Barbara Gregor Schullz 

JeanetteWoodSommers 

Margaret Hiatt Sprunger 

Jeanne Rupp Slauffer 

Joseph VandegritI 

Gordon VanderMeulen 

Carolyn Borg Webb 

Mary Winter Wiebers 

Lynne Fndstrom Winterholter 

Judith Paulson Woods 

Class of 67 



articipa- 
tion; 37% 
Richard M, 
Anderson 
Carol Marshall Ashman 
Donald A. Bardsley 
Paul D. Bauer 
Carol Payne Beals 
Raymond D. Benson 
David L. Bowermeisler 
Douglas A. Briggs 
Sheldon W. Burkhalter 
Beverly Boldt Carlson 
Sharon Steiner Connor 
Wayne Coombs 
Clifford I. Cox 
Lynn Matthews Davis 
Richard B. Davis, Jr 
Warren H. Day 
Edward J DeVries 
Edward John DeVries 
Roger T. & Marjorie Andes Demarest 
David L. Dilley 
Marilyn Domhoff 
D. Keith Doudt 
Christyne Biehl Fish 
Charmaine Elliott Freeze 
Paul R. Frykholm 
Richard W & Bonni Fisher Gygi 
Rosetta Liechty Habegger 
PaulW. Hanson 
Carolyn Kraner Highley 
Marilyn Serpe Jellison 
Gene Keller 
David Kleinschmidt 
Kathleen S. Kubik 
Patsy Reiger Kwast 
Linda Mortenson Ladd 
Judy Landenberger 
Ben B.Lester 
Donna Fridstrom Lindell 
Jerald C. & Janet Aichele Lindell 
Jeanne Hawk Mathias 
Joseph Miller, Sr. 
Luther C Miller 
David P. Myers 
Charles D. Persons 
David W Phillips 
Ronald W, Philpot 
Russell J. Potter 
Beth E Preston 
David Randall 
Nelson E Rediger 
Linda Butman Reece 
Judy Johnson Roth 
Dale L Rust 
Darlyne Young Saldan 
Marylee Rolfs Schreibeis 
Thomas J. & Martha Sharp Schultz 
Carolyn Breedlove Schwartz 
Frederick H. & Carol Batdort Shearer, 

Jr. 
Sally Zart Shell 
Samuel & Carole Richardson 

Shellhamer 
Richard L. Sherman 
Marjorie Schippers Smith 
Kathryn Myers Snell 
Charles C, Stevens 
Wanda Ward Slowers 
James E. Strong 
Stephen Sumner 
Naomi Hine Symanzik 
Gayle Hansbrough Terjung 
Margo Dreyer Trout 
David VanderMey 
Frank J. Weaver 
Cheryl L. Wehling 
Kenneth G. & Sharon Osterhus Wol- 

gemulh 
Susan Gardner Wood 
Ray C, Woodcock 




Class of 68 



# ol donors: 81 
Participation: 32% 
Susan Peterson Adams 
lona Amspaugh 
William Glen Andrews 
Larry Austin 
Jayne Christian 



Diana K. 

Bueker 
Janis 

Sprunger 

Burkhalter 
ebecca 

Nunley 

Clough 
Gladys M. 

Connor 
Robert Connor 
R.Richard Cory 
Theodore H. Cryer 
Carolyn Gi 

ningham 
Dennis W. 

Dawes 
Deborah J. 

Diemer 
Thomas Dillon 
Laraine Betz 

Dunmire 
Kenneth N. & Nancy Nelson Ennght 
Roy Flanary 

Priscilla Hamilton Garwood 
Charlene Phillips Getz 
Patricia Fields Hart 
Ronald L. Helms 
Susan M, Huslage 
J James Jerele. Jr. 
Ronald C.Johnson 
Cheryl Helle Jones 
Liisa Greenstein Kaminski 
Priscilla Arnold Keller 
David A. Knauss 
Gary A. Lybarger 
Bonnie Bennett Lynch 
Geraid R. Mahler 
Barbara Cotling Matthews 
DarrellC. & Leslie McGinlyMayne 
Thomas McCabe 
Janice Simpson McGuire 
Michael D. Mitchell 
Wendy Oltrogge Moore 
MaryE Morgan 
Julia Broman Parsons 
Sharon Dexter Persons 
Richard C, & Marilyn Barr Pelersen 
Richard P. Peterson 
Landon E Pelrie, Jr. 
Carolyn J. Rawley 
Terry C.Rhine 
Priscilla Robb 
Janet Doherty Ross 
Alan L. & Jo Ann Liechty Rupp 
Donald D. Schaffer 
Claire L. Scheele 
Jon Milton Schubert 
Harry A. Shepler. Jr. 
Barbara Dowden Simmonds 
Gordon D.Smith 
C. Edward Smyth 
Terrence R. Snyder 
Michael J, Sonnenberg 
C David Steury, Jr. 
Karen Younl Stoltz 
James D, Swaney 
Oralee Wauter lek Thompson 
Thomas Tobias 
Jere Truex 
Barbara Johansen Van Wicktin 



Linda Lauterwasser VanderMey 
Loren J. & Judith Rupp Wanner 
Sandra L, Way 

Sheldon M. Wiens 

Grelchen Hubbard Williams 

Nancy Kitson Williams 

Theodore N Wood 

Class 
of 69 

if ol donors: 90 
Participation: 
33% 

Pamela Ogg 

Barton 

Sheila 

Solomon 

Beers 

R Randolph 

Behnken 
Joan Sandberg 
Bellito 
Nancy Ell Bensley 
Arnold R. Book 
Charles B, 8owman 
Dan R. Boyd 
Betty J. Grallis Branden- 



James R Carmany 

Jeanne Mortord Chowning 

Mary L. Crabb 

Daniel R Dame 

Barbara Phinney Day 

Robert R.Diller 

Jean Wolfe Dilley 

Donald M. Dunkerton 

Merna Zimmerman Eisenbraun 

Anita Richards Ellenberger 

Renee Burkhalter Emrick 

Heather Klassen Ewald 

Susan Ruenpohl Ferguson 

Martha Hoisington Fox 

Joseph L. Fritzsche 

Pamela Reynolds Gabbard 

Lauralee De Bruyn Gales 

Karen Smerik Gerber 

Charles D. Gifford 

Ann £. Glazier 

Susan Wenzel Grommes 

Marilyn Hay Habecker 

James B. Hall 

Ted Hamrick 

Richard Hardesty 

Gary G Harmon 

Diane Powell Hawkins 

Kalhryn Baldwin Hayes 

John D. Hollis 

Diana Beer Humble 

Kathleen Lixey Husted 

Charles Jaggers, III 

Stephen B. Jeffrey 

Margo Williamson Keller 

Eugene Kent 

Kay Peterson Kleinschmidt 

John A. Lindholm 

Earle T. & Jessie Randolph Lusk 

Frank J Marxer 

Margaret Metcall McClelland 

Gordon L. Mendenhall 

Robert Midwood 

Louise A. Miller 

E. Anne Moudy 

Linda Wittenborn Mowles 

Diane Kuhn Mundy 

Cherrie Fouls Nix 

Carole L.Nussbaum 

Stephen K. & Diane Lundquist Oldham 

Mary Alice Hicks Palmer 



questions. Thus, in 1891, Sammy's dream of bringing 
the gospel to his own people led him to America. 

Penniless, but with a profound faith in his Father 
God, Sammy arrived at Taylor. President Thaddeus 
Reade welcomed him to an institution that, at the time, 
could ill afford charity. But such was Sammy's simple 
faith, such was the example he set, that in the short year 



before his untimely death he brought a new sense of 
mission and purpose to the school. In fact, President 
Reade credited him with "revolutionizing the university 
and changing the direction of its work." 

Today, Sammy Morris' legacy finds vibrant fulfill- 
ment in the lives of the many, many people touched by 
both his example and the university he so affected. 



Y{AC9l%%g c L 



Cynthia Moser Pergrem 
John P. Porler 
J. Richard Pyle 
Marietta CampbeM Richard 
Mary Stelma Rust 
Kathleen Sears 
Robert B Shatter 
Harry Walton 

Sharp, Jr. 
Herbert A. Shaw 
James E. Sieber 
Nancy 

Ransboltom 

Smith 
Ellen Ridley 

Smyth 
Ronald D. 

Soloc 
Linda Graves 

Stoul 
Kenneth N. 

Taylor 
Lois McFarland 

Truman 
Richard & Barbara 

Stebbins Turner 
Steven Ulm 
Charles & Connie 

Folkers 

Webber 

Jr. 
Stephen B. 

Wilcox 
Phillip R. 

Wilson 
Timothy S. Wilson 
Robert B Witmer 
Robert D. Wolgemulh 
Joan Leary Young 

Class of 70 

# of donors: 89 
Participation. 29% 
Joan E. Alexander 
John W. Anderson 
Karen A. Aukland 
Lois Swinson Barrett 
Carolyn Yerke Becker 
Marilyn Russell Bell 





Michael W Betz 
Barbara Bill 
Dale E. Brown 

Robert A, Brown 

George E. Carpenter 
Paul J Challgren 
Tom Chell 
Gertrude Johnson 
Clark 
James Cochran 
Margaret Bailey 
Comstock 
Cynthia L 

Coulter 
Donna Day 

Coy 
David Devore 
Helene 
MurlinDiller 
Deborah 

Wills Dillon 
Ruth Jones 
Dollens 
Alyce Lorence 
Doss 
Shirley Myers Dyer 
Gerald L. Eash 
nice Adams Elston 
Tom P. Essenburg 

Keith Euler 
Ann Van 
Ornum 
Fackler 
Richard 
L. Gray 

Cynthia Bishop Harmon 
Robert A. Hayes 

Kay Knappenberger Heffentrager 
Bruce E. Hess 
Linda Doerr Hicks 
Karen E. Hovey 

Craig W & Marilyn Minks Hubler 
Barry L. Humble 
Roderick E Huston 
Janel Cordin Jeffrey 
Terry L. Jordan 
Dwighl D. Kay 
Mary Ann Cracium Key 
Orlena Rathel Klinefelter 
Thomas & Linda Holliman Kraus 



Melvin L i 

Judy Osterhus 

Leach 
Jean A. Lehman 
Donna Trumbauer Losch 
Cheryl Fridstrom Mahoney 
Steve C. Manganello 
Jeanne Bankes Marino 
Carol Meier 

Coleen Myers Midwood 
Michael J. Miley 
Randall Mohler 

David B. & Ruth Shields Morgan 
Judith A. Nasralla 
Gloria Thompson Ohlson 
John B. Paist, III 

Thomas & Dee Ann Stoops Peterson 
B. Pearl Poe 

Dee & Ruby Guiambao Puntenney 
David D. Pyle 
Ruth LaughlinRehm 
Elisabeth Koppin Rickner 
Joyce E. Rinker 
Joe & Carol Luginbill Romine 
Chris Rood 
William D. Salsbery 
Patricia Wendl Seibert 
Burnette P. Shilling 
Ray L. Shultz 
Robert F. Siple 
John A. Terhune 
Cheryl Ashby Thornell 
Richard M. & Lynn Juraschek Trapp 
Stephen S. Wallace 
Vernice Ward 
Mark Wilson 
Omer Young 

Class of 71 

# of donors: 95 
Participation: 29% 
Nancy J. Anderson 
Philip W.Arnold 
Beverly Olsen Bakke 
Donald W. Bakke 
William E. Beck 
Marsha Corll Becker 



Kathryn C 



John M. Bonham 
Rebecca Martin Bonirager 
Betty Carson Bridenstine 
Bruce E. Calderwood 
Roberl R Canida 
Lucy Miller Carr 
G. Ross Chenol 
Arleen Conrad 
Peggy Lortz Coppler 
Sandra G.Corby 
Philippa Eltzrolh Culley 
Rebecca Embry Douglas 
Ronald D. & Margaret Plueddemann 

Dubach 
George S. Dyer 

Elisabeth Robinson Ensmenger 
Millard W. Foraker 
Franklin W Forman 
Linda Long Gilford 
Michael R. Goble 
Suzan Jo Scott Gonser 
Harold B. Habecker 
Joy Sprunger Habegger 
Timothy P. Heffentrager 
June Hunt Hess 
Karol Koehler Hess 
Sally Hal! Heydlauff 
John H. Hicks. Ill 
Ruth Kimmel Higginbolham 
Sandra K. Hill Hight 
Timothy J. Hillen 
Jo Anne Milks Holden 
Thomas E. Holsworth, Jr 
Waller J Hooper. Ill 
Patricia K. Watts Johns 
Candace Barker Jones 
Thomas G. & Carolyn Sparks Jones 
Bruce W. Kenline 
Larry Klinefelter 
Martha Slone Kreps 
Martha Kalter Lam 
Martha Hogan Lauber 
Cynthia Listenfell Law 
Karen Hall Lemke 
Ronald W. Liechty 
Mary Johnson Lowe 



Current distribution of alumni 




srfW x 259 




JTs^ 23 




—!} M28 




J Canada: 


43 


Puerto Rico: 


1 


Washington DC: 


16 


Other Countries: 


184 



Teresa Acree Marcus 

Craig A. Millhouse 

David P. Murphy 

Neat P. & Karen isseiee Newell 

Gayle L Otl 

Leslie Van Deusen Ptiilpot 

Joyce Kegg Pinkham 

Neil R.Potter 

Nanci Henning Pyle 

Meegan Weyrauch Reidy 

Deborah Daniel Reinbold 

Stanley Rich 

Gary J. Rickner 

Pamela Goeschl Robb 

Jane Richards Rosentreter 

Ted W. & Lana Sprunger Schwartz 

Bruce L Shepherd 

George & Cynthia Salsbery Sheppard 



Merrill G. & Barbara Peterson Skinner 

Joyce Haas Snider 

John C. & Edith Shugart Stiner 

Karen Anderson Stowers 

Rochelte Gibson Tabor 

Linda Banker Tittle 

William E. Toll 

Douglas P. Tryon 

Cecil 0. Tucker 

Joy Wolgast Wallace 

Gayle E. Webb 

Douglas K & Susan Helsing Whittaker 

Janel Berry Wolverton 

Gary A, Young 

Sally Heywood Zehnal 

Class of 72 

9 of donors 116 

Participation: 35°o 

Christine Rutzen Anderson 

Jeffrey M Archer 

Lana Caudle Armstrong 

Gayle E. Arnold 

James E. Aspin, II 

Kenneth A. Bakke 

Thomas 0. & Elaine Robertson Ballard 

Cynthia Folkers Baumgardner 

Richard E. Becker 

Bari McCracken Behnken 

Marsha McCune Bisel 

Sharmin Drake Brenneman 

David T, Brown 

Herbert J Buwalda.Jr 

Donna Kouwe Captain 

John W. Carlson 

Linda Robinson Carpenter 

Carol Davis Carter 

Carol Hitchcock Chenot 

John M. & Janet Nelson Clarkson 

Stephen J, Clough 

Anila Westerberg Devore 

Rodney A Dickson 

Keith & Barbara Macy Dunkel 

Barbara Mitin Einhardl 

Suzanne Wills Ellis 

Marilyn Kuhrt Faulkner 

Barbara Van Alden Fraker 

Wayne R. Frey 

Jean Peterson Galica 

Tommy S.Gilmore 

Sharyl Farrier Godlrey 

Ronald D. Hall, Jr 

John D. SiGailNahmHeere 

William B. Heinrich 

Nancy Dyihofl Hill 

Richard D Hill 

Martha Wilson Hillen 

Vicki Bacon Holden 

Gloria Dekker Holman 

Allan J & Joanne Beahm Holmberg 

Steven P. Howell 

Patricia Hann Howes 

Marjorie D. Imel 

Joyce Lapelosa Jarrelt 

Deborah Jones Johnson 



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Melvin I. Leaman 
Lawrence A. Lemke 
James CLerew 
Lee Leu s 
Linda AuTt Liechty 
Robert J. Livingston 
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Timothy L Mann 
Unda Fox Marvin 
Janet Rogers Matthews 
Robert W Maxwell 
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J. Michael & Beverly Good McGowan 
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Roger Olsen 
Andrea M Ostertund 
Michael Lee Parks 

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R Kim Vaughn Phillips 

Patricia Bibler Price 

Joan Elaine Provinse 

Stephen R. Reash 

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Candace Kiess Scfireck 
Geoffrey J- Schwartz 
Jim Schweickart 
Sharon Tucker Secor 
Van R. Shank 
Katrry Harrison Shepherd 
Cathryn Ito Shilling 
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Dixie Manwell Shrock 
Sandra Kashian Sieber 
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Jon W. Smith 
Rebecca A. Smith 
Janet Schneider Sonnenberg 
Wesley NSteury 
Debra J. Swttzer 
Paul L Taylor 
Carl Tichenor 
Allen J. Voth 
Douglas A. Wendt 
Lois H Wightman 
Terry B Willis 
Rebecca J Wilson 
Barbara Gardner Wokjemuth 
Timothy L. Yoder 
Edwin Go Yu 
Roger A Zimmerman 
Rebecca Reish Zirkle 

Class of 73 

t ol donors 99 

Participation: 30% 

Stephen \ Allen 

Elizabeth McFailand Atthambasu 

Douglas F Arnold 

Locelte Deknjytet Bamton) 

J Stanley S Jennie Buschmeyer 

Banker 
Nancy M Jane Bametl 
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Cathy Ann NewlanrJ Biglin 
Gloria Conrad Bowman 
Brent A Brenneman 
Cynthia Briggs 
Judith Martin Bromley 
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Paul R Cos 
Ronald L Cress 
Pauielte Wilmet Crioer 



Dr. John Wengatz's hands were those of a builder and 
craftsman that constructed 44 schools, 36 churches, and 
12 parsonages. Those large, strong, creative hands were 
often clasped in prayer or engaged in baptizing one of 
the 44,000 converts that came to know Christ under his 
ministry, for John Wengatz had a big heart, too... big 
enough to hold and love the whole world. 



"Dr. John," as he was affectionately called, labored 42 
years as a missionary statesman to Africa and would 
have it no other way. "If I had my life to live over, or a 
dozen lives yet before me, there would be no debate in 
my mind as to what I would do with them, " he wrote in 
one of his many books. "To be called to such service is 
the greatest honor that God ever bestowed upon man." 



Vernon F Dunmire 

Charles A. Engle 

Julie Ringenburg Essenburg 

David E. Euler 

Beihany Hafiman Felix 

Roberta Kitley Fowler 

Connie Mignerey Gamble 

Norman Gundersen 

John C. Hall 

Marianne Davis Harper 

Linda J. Hilbert 

John H. Hill 

David A. Honan 

James S. Hopkins 

Jane Ramsey Hopper 

Susan K. Hutchison 

Dennis P. Johnson 

Stephen Johnson 

Earl L. Jordan. Jr. 

Brian L. Justinger 

Paul F. King 

Kenneth H. & Vickie Stockman Knipp 

William & Rosalyn Pricker Korst. Jr. 

Robert Krumroy 

Kathleen McLennan Legel 

Jerry L. Lugbill 

Philip J. & Susan Farb LuginbiM 

Carole Pickering MacRae 

Karolyn Knutson Manganello 

Gary L & Heather Lockhart McPher- 

son 
Terry W. & Constance Gordon Metzger 
Vickie Haitlich Miller 
Scott W. Stromberg Muha 
William A. Mullord. Ill 
Susan Rychener Neff 
Craig 0. Nelson 
Roberta Franke Norton 
Rachel Holloway Oban 
Gayle L. Oldenbusch 
Carol Manning Patterson 
JohnH. Pinkham 
James R. Prins 
Clyde R. Rauch 
Sherry Ralston Reash 
Beth Stebbins Rediger 
Julie Bellows Reeves 
Tim E. Rietdorf 
Warren A. Ring 

John M. & Nancy Schmidt Roush 
Joe D Rupp 
Thomas E. Schreck 
Deborah Speedy Schweickart 
Eric E. Sheagley 
John G. Slocum 
James H. Small 
Marjorie Livingston Smith 
Dana K. Sorensen 
William A. Sowers 
Jeannette Miller Springer 
Lois Beavers Steiner 
DaraApel Sterling 
Judy Stephenson Stetler 
Barbara Fesmire Stevens 
Suzanne K. Surber 
Russell H. Sutton, Jr. 
Dennis M. Thompson 
Louise A. Thompson 
William L.Thompson 
Carol Barton Tropf 
Cathy L. Vierra 
KayeL Frank Volh 
Joseph A. Wise 
Dennis A. Young 
Judy Martin Zimmerman 
Joyce Bost Zug 
Lauretta Buhler Zurcher 

CCassof74 

# of donors: 112 
Participation: 31% 
Joyce Day Accavallo 
Rick D Adams 
Beverly Shaffer Alleyne 



Bruce T.Anderson 

Joy Sidebotham Archer 

Kathleen Atkinson Arnold 

Larry G. Avery 

Brian P. Behnken 

Paula Slrifller Black 

William M Blanchard, Jr. 

Richard L. Bowden 

James Bromley 

Bonnie M. Brotherton 

Deborah Hill Butman 

Lee Anne Keller Buwalda 

F. Guthrie Castle, Jr 

Faye E. Chechowich 

C. Gregory & Jeanne King Childs 

MelvinR. & Wendy Domeier 

Christiansen 
Barbara Neill Cooper 
Linda S. Cummins 
Coralyn A. Daniels 
Evelyn Mencke Dickson 
Margaret Calderwood Dill 
Gloria Cox Dinse 
Marian Perren Erickson 
James Fair, Jr. 
June L Fenton 
Mark W. Francis 
Michael A. Gaydosh 
Susan Sauer Geesa 
Cheryl Guillaume Grinage 
Sharon Haligas Hakeman 
Kathleen Minarck Hall 
Vivienne Smith Hall 
Nancy Gross Hensley 
Robert W. Herriman 
Katherine Hays Hess 
Janell Tharp Hibbs 
Rebecca Landis Hill 
Cynthia Peterson Hillier 
Jane Gratz Holliday 
Thomas & Janice Blue Holmes 
Philip M.Holtje 
Gary Horning 
Ronald J. Hudson 
Lawrence R Hunt 
Eric & Susan Van Poucker Jarboe 
Lois Zodhiates Jenks 
Joel S. & Diane Nania Johnson 
Wendell E.Johnling 
Wesena Adcock Jordan 
Susan Shatter Kohoul 
Gundar R. Lamberts 
Joyce Leach Lawson 
Nancy Baker Lewis 
Paul & Connie Hall Lightloot 
Janel Macy MacKinney 
Joseph Max Manifold, II 
Bruce & Karen Palmer McCracken 
Paul R. McKinney 
Duane A. Meade 
Janet L. Miller 
David D. Moolenaar 
Deborah Seamands Moslad 
John A, Muselman 
James G. Nelson 
Sally Roach Nicholson 
John F. Norris 
William Taylor Oliver 
Sue Kuenne Pedersen 
Janet L Pietrini 
Jacqueline Macy Pointer 
Heather Clayton Powers 
Bruce A. Pratt 
Glenn Raihke 
Keith M. Rich 
Jeffrey A. Rocke 
Douglas L Rupp 
Audrey A. Satlerblom 
Armeda Sawmiller 
Martha Duffy Schlechly 
Brian Secor 
Douglas L. Shrake 
Corina Verhagen Sorensen 
Daryl Koeppen Sowers 
Donna Nania Steiner 



Dennis P. & 
Susan 

Schroeder 

Stevens 
Kathryn Lesher Strapp 
Victoria Swegles-Globke 
Donna Thomas Toll 
Bruce Torgersen 
Nathan Tropf 
Judith M.Vandermeulen 
Gary L. & Rosalie Robinson Walter 
Roxy M.Watson 
David L. Whybrew 
Anne Baldwin Winter 
Deborah King Winter 
LaDonna Filburn Wise 
Karen Dykstra Yerkie 
Joyce Shoemaker Young 
Steven Kent Zurcher 

Class of 75 

# of donors: 114 

Participation: 33% 
Ellen Bromley Adams 
Jeffrey T. Ahlseen 
Janice LaBeur Allen 
CalhyE. Allewell 
Roy C.Blake, III 
Rickie Broach 

Craig A. & Susan Bechtel Bugno 
Judith Johnsen Buono 
Julie Freeze Byers 
Jeanne ScherlingCanham 
Nellie Chan 

Randy D. & Kalhy Bull Clarkson 
Mark E. & M. Susan Behnken Conrad 
Nancy Welsh Cook 
W, Marshall Cool 
Dale E Duncan 

Mark W & Judith Oyer Dungan 
Nancy E. Dusckas 
Peter J. Dybvad 
Judith M. Elliott 
Roy E. Finkenbine 
Anita Phillips Foster 
Kenneth H. Funk. II 
Darrel H & Bontta Elmer Goad 
LuAnne Starkey Gordon 
Thomas E. Haifley 
Ginger Guzi Handy 
Kenneth A. Hardley 
Paul A. Harrison 
Paul A. Hensel 
Timothy Herrmann 
Donald D. Hoagland 
Martha Dillon Hogue 
RexM Hudleson 
Carol Ives Hughes 
Sue Rohrer Hunt 
James D Isham 
Frances H Janowicz 
Paul E. Jenks 

Arthur G. & Linda Lott Jones 
David 0. Kaiser 
Paul Kasambira 
Martha A, 
Koppin 






David H. 
Lawson 
Clifford B. Lord 
Patricia Worley Manning 
Benjamin & Darlene Master Mannix 
Allen W Mathis, III 
Jan Coombs McCrory 
Karen French McMahon 
Gary William Metzenbacher 
Thomas Ral land Miller 
AnnM. Montgomery 
Andrew R Moore 
Earl Stephen Morris 
Keith N. Mostad 
Lorna Stromberg Muha 
Melinda Neuenschwander Mulford 
Beverly Confer Nay 
Johannah Oliver 
Deborah KoonsOtt 
Kirk Parr 

Sandra Schoenhals Patterson 
Arthur D. Pelton 
Daniel H.Pfeifer 
Steven Powers 
Pamela Graham Putnam 
Jeffrey D Rager 
Terrence W. Reeder 
Roy & Marabeth Johannes Ringenberg 
Kennelh Ray Roath 
Jann Griffith Ross 
William Rosser 
Claudia WellenRuch 
Bruce A. Rupp 
Kathleen Sonnenberg Rupp 
Marilynn Carline Rupp 
Donna Vandermolen Schmunk 
John & Joyce Rutzen Schwenk 
Randall C.Sellhorn 
Gayle J. Shafer 
Rodney Kent Shaler 
Deborah J. Sleight 
Barbara Chatman Smith 
De Ann Farrier Smith 
Lynne Titsworth Smith 
Michael H Snider 
Susan Beam Sprunger 
David A. Steiner 
Ann Cookson Swanson 
Mark E. Terry 

Ctiantler & Marcia Cripe Thompson 
Sheri Poehler Thompson 
Betsy Clark Tomblin 
P Eric Turner 
Jennifer Wysong Vance 
William Weberling 
Meri Lynn Mayhall Westberg 
Diane Miller Wildermuth 
Deborah Stoulland Woodward 
Pam McCoy Yates 
David Yerkie 
Stanley G. Yoder 
Carol Lynn Reece Zoutendam 



Class of 76 

# of donors: 109 

Participation: 32% 

Kathleen Sakuta Abbott 

Stephen W. Amerson 

Patricia Jacobs Anderson 

Mary Ann McHenry Ayling 

James W. Barnum 

Stephen D. Berwager 

Laurie Bobbin 

Deborah Ruegsegger Bonham 

Marcia Geyer Bowden 

William G.Breth 

Steven J. Brogan 

Norma Skyles 8rown 

Rebecca A. Burgeon 

Christine Daugherty Cool 

Terry L.Daniels 

Charles Dehaan 

Scott S. Dissinger 

Mark L Donovan 

Janet Briner Douglas 

Kathryn King Duncan 

Kent D. Engle 

Charles Fennig 

Beverly G Fleming 

Christie Luellen Fouse 

David M. & Carol Jernberg Franson 

Linda Al lord Frazer 

Kathryn Keene Garcia 

Roger D Gelz 

Wendell Watts Goad. II 

John W, Good 

Dale A. Grimes 

Gary & Barbara Briggs Guenther 

Nancy Nerstad Guggisberg 

John 8. Hackney 

Susan Fisher Harrison 

Kathryn Klosterman Herrmann 

Elizabeth Amber Hoffman 

Miriam Gandolfo Hopkins 

Wendy Feick Hummel 

Denise Rediger Hurst 

Jeanine Flaherty Isham 

Daniel M. & Janice Thompson Jenny 

Jeffrey M. Johnson 

Susan Wooipert Johnson 

Beverly Hardiman Jones 

Janis McElhinney Keenen 

JefferyW. Keplar 

David A. Kloplenstein 

Gail Roessler Loehr 

Bonnalyn Ashton Lowe 

Rae Lynn Crist Massie 

Danielle Messinger Mathis 

Gloria Grenwald Mayes 

James L. McCrory 

Joan Nystrom McNeill 

Karen Fink Metzler 

Jane! Kirkpatrick Middlesworth 

Diane Schrock Miller 

Cheryl Willmore Moffatt 

K. David & Carol Kull 
Monson 



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Karen Neff 

Denis K. Nietz 

David E. Nofziger 

Dennis Norton 

Ronald W Nussbaum 

Scott C. Nye 

Douglas G.Ot! 

Steven Ray Owen 

Philip Bruce Petersen 

Nancy Greenwald Pofl 

Wayne Allen Potter 

Janice Gundersen Ray 

Denise Vasicek Reeder 

Jennifer Cordier Reilsnider 

TimW. Reusser 

Kathleen Showers Roberts 

David A, Ruch 

Gregory A. Ruegsegger 

Deborah R. Rupp 

Richard E. Russell, Jr. 

Katherine Block Scharfenberg 

Constance Brown Schlupp 

Philip Schmunk 

Philip A. Sebby 

Russell K. & Jennifer France Shaw 

Keith Sheard 

Audrey Neckers Sliker 

Dana E. Sommers 

Daniel Southern 

Edward B. Stehouwer 

Ann Rocke Steiner 

Ken G. Stuart 

Glynis Marlatte Thompson 

Keith D. Thompson 

Lois Giegler Thompson 

David S. Travis 

Donna Shaerer Tripple 

F Cynthia Hughes Truitt 

Michael L. Turnow 

Cynlhia Pearson Tyner 

Jack A. & Karen Hill Umpleby 

Timothy E.Welty 

Grelchen Taylor Worcester 

Class of 77 

» of donors: 118 
Participation: 32% 
Harry W. Albright 

Kristine Hayes Amerson 
Kalhy Jo Powers Aring 
Rila Builis Bagley 
Joan Miller Bailey 
Richard J. Baldwin 
Anna Welty Billman 
Deborah Wolgemuth Birkey 
Sarah Immerfall Blake. Ill 
Susan Cole Bower 
Dana Tucker Boxell 
Paul S Brady 
Eunice Hammel Branch 
Gerry R. Briggs 
Curtis A. Brown 
Gregg E. Burl 
Janet Oyer Cartolano 
Audrey Fairfield Colon 
Jan L Crawford 
Rebecca Pinder Daniels 
Mark E & Jann Eisenmann Day 
Jill Gunsteens DesJardms 
Galen R. Dolby 
Sandra K. Earixson 
Joseph B, Fowler 
Elizabeth Chesney 

Frampton 
Stephanie Vincent 
Fruth 
Alex T.Gardiner 
Thomas R. 

Gearhart 
Timothy& Karen 

Hoyt Gorman 
G. Douglas 

Greenwood 



With that honor came responsibil- 
ity and Dr. John was faithful to the 
charge. He trusted God for miracles and 
witnessed many, many of them take place. 

Taylor prepared him, he said, for his life's work: 
"Upon leaving Taylor, my experiences and purpose in 
life were fixed. I had nothing to undo, change, or dis- 



card — just 

go ahead and 

add on, and serve 

my Lord and Master 

with all that he has given 

me." Today, Taylor continues to train men and women 

of such vision to fulfill their God-given responsibilities. 



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Glenn Wayne Grumbling 
Rebecca McDonald Halcombe 
Sidney A. Hall 
Sandra K. Harris 
Carole Adams Harl 
Marsha Fuller Holowell 
Berry R. Huffman 
W. Bradley Hummel 
David W. Humrichouser 
Diana Roberts Kaul 
Ann L, Kemper 
Kenneth E. Kenipe, Jr. 
Marilyn Stiner Koch 
James M. Koerten 
Sharon Chechowich Kostarolf 
A. John Kuiper 
Robert D Lincoln 
Lori Jo Vinson Lindau 
Gordon M. Lonie 
Ronald J. Losure 
J. Bradley Martin 
James R. McFarland 
Susan Guffey McGrady 
David L McMahon 
Charles D.Millen 
Randall J. Miller 
Rulh Davidson Miller 
Brian L Mollenkamp 
Andrea Walters Moorehead 
Robyn A. Murry 
KathenneA. Mynall 
Glenn D. Naeveslad 
Ruth Hosteller Nietz 
Kathleen A. Nussbaum 
Edward P. Okuley 
Susan Wilson Palomba 
Eugene W. Pashfey, Jr. 
May Hays Patalano 
Eugene C.Pietrini 
Jeflery L. Putnam 
Jane D. Riblel 
Ronald E. Ringenberg 
Asenalh Overpeck Rocke 
Ned Tracy Rupp 
Holly Warden Sail 
Charles W. Schramm 
Wendy Roost Sellers 
Diane Fuller Sellhorn 
Kathleen Weller Settle 
Susan Healy Shafer 
Cynthia Melzenbacher Smith 
Jay R. Smith 
Julie Merchant Smith 
Michelle Londolf Smith 
Randell Smith 
Judy Grotenhuis Sommers 
Holly J. Speirs 
Roberl B. Spence 
Jeffrey L, Spiess 
Janet Rutledge Spurling 
HollyJ.Squeo 
Douglas E. Starkey 
Gary L. Stern 
John G. Slromseth 
Charles H. Tripple, Jr. 
Thomas E. Tropf 
Stewart D. Turnbull 
Laurie Robinson Turnow 
Heidi Lappin Upton 
Phyllis I. Vance 
Rebecca Nordin Verhagen 
John L. Vignali 
PelerJ. Vogler 
Michael J. Walcott 
Douglas E. & Joyce 

Vaslbinder Wanty 
Denise Canady 

Warner 
Mark W. Weeden 
Randall S. Widbin 
Paul Wesley Wills 
Daniel S. 

Wolgemuth 
James M. & Janet 

Lameika Wyant 



No figure 
looms so promi- 
nently in the life of 
Taylor University 
during the first half of the 20th 
century as that of Dr. Burt Ayres. As professor of 
mathematics and philosophy and variously dean, acting 



Colleen Wehiing YorrJy 
Vicki Norris Young 

Class of 78 

§ of donors. 100 

Participation: 28% 

David N. Allan 

J. Michael & Carole Akers Alspaugh 

Paul R. Anderson 

Gail McKenny Andre 

Michael K. Ayers 

Bradley D. Bailey 

R. Mark & Lou Ann Preston Beadle 

Tamafa A. Beatly 

Susan Odle Belcher 

George & Bonnie Weimer Bennett, Hi 

GaryW Berwager 

Deborah Hayworth Bowen 

James H. Bowman 

Michael L. Bowman 

Karen Baker Briggs 

Brenda Pichea Burlew 

Dennis L. Buroker 

Jenny L. Lee Byrne 

Mark A. Cameron 

Robert B. Conlon 

Beth A. Conrad 

Mark W. Coy 

Randall W. & Sarahlynn Crouse Crist 

Heidi Fenstermacher DeVito 

Steven D. Doles 

David A, Dunbar 

Michael W. Duncan 

Diane Whitney Dunn 

Dale A. Guenther 

Rebecca Kerlin Haak 

James Hagman 

Bonnie Johnson Hall 

Susan Rexilius Hall 

Paul M. & Sheri Mahr Harris 

Lorna Zimmerman Harter 

Kenneth P. Haught 

Mary Kloslerman Haun 

Richard L. & Cheryl Reed Haynes 

Joseph W. Himelick, II 

Mary J. Holden 

JoAnn Rechtorovic Houk 

Katrina Rife Hoy 

Robyn Dillon Hughes 

Susan Eddy Imrie 

Shirley Pulfen Jacob 

Kurt A. Jaderholm 

Nancy Jo Swanson Johnson 

Rick A. Jones 

Pamela L. Jordan 

Kalhryn Dollier King 

Mark A. Kinzer 

Linda M. Kline 

Timothy J. Kiopfenstein 

Sandra Stroup Korenstra 

Mark Kratzer 

Michael K. Lehe 

Richard D.Lloyd 

Thomas R. Lough 



Deborah 

Johnson 

Maher 
Christine Schleucher 

Mastin 
Gregory A. Moore 
Karen Knobeloch Nesbilt 
Elizabeth Honig Nussbaum 
Laureen Smith Pashley 
Dennis Patton 
Russell W, Patton 
Andrew E. Peck. Sr. 
Daniel M. Potts 

Gary B. & Mary Williams Randolph 
Rebecca Lichtenberger Reichard 
M. Frances Valberg Ringenberg 
Teresa S. Rupp 
Joan While Pupprech! 
Mark H, Rutzen 
DouglasS. Ryan 
Sharon Beihold Sale 
Douglas J. Scharfenberg 
Kathleen Oliver Schmeichel 
Richard A. Seaman 
Martha Cleveland Songer 
Janet Carley Spence 
Rulh Wiren Springer 
Teresa Griffith Sutherland 
Jonathan Utley 
Marji Barber Van OosterHout 
Mark Verhagen 
Vicki Olmstead Vielguth 
Jana Johnson Wanner 
Vicki Wilson Weeden 
Mary Cargo Wolgemuth 
Brenda S. Yager 
Mark A. Yordy 
Everett J. Young, Jr. 

Class of 79 

# of donors: 103 

Participation: 27% 

Mark J. Ahlseen 

Robert D. & Tana Miller Anderson 

Ronald J. Becker 

Ronald J. Blevins 

Paula Higgins Blyth 

Karen Rohde Bowman 

Keith H. Bowman 

Lee Ann Hromas Bowman 

Karen J. Bradley 

Ranee W. Clouser 

Gail Renbarger Coleman 

Donald T Collins 

Mark E. & Martha Kashian Collins 

Kurt D. & Nancy Nordin Cornfield 

Sharon S. Craig 

Brad J. Cummins 

Rebecca Robins Dissinger 

Laura Short Dolby 

MendiBeatty Dunbar 

Philip J. & Kendra Dunkelberger 

Duncan 



Jill A- Dunham 
Ellis 



Gregory S. Francis 

Karma Renbarger Freeman 

Karen Rutzen Gaynor 

Kevin M. & Onalee Gerig Giggy 

Barbara Billman Gilzean 

Bruce W. Grabenkort 

Nancy Grande Graham 

Mark N. Hammer 

Cindy Ortkiese Haught 

Kenneth A. Hendricks 

J. Scott Hesler 

Shirley Pritchetl Hill 

Robinson C. Hoeler 

Keith E. Huffman 

Grace Bardsley Hunt 

John R. Imrie 

Terry L. Jackson 

Kathy Coats Jaderholm 

Kevin P- Johnson 

Brian H.Jones 

Richard D.& Jan Shuier Jones 

Judith O'Mara Kaniewski 

Carol E. Keiser 

Douglas A. Keller 

Pamela May Kenipe 

Michael A. Kinzer 

Doreen K. Korfmacher 

Elizabeth Burdick Kuiper 

Marlene Alcterink Lathers 

Brent M Lehman 

Stephen D. Long 

Renee Colglazier Lord 

Susan Ekstrom Lough 

Paul S. Mahr 

Kevin L. May 

Katharine Taylor McLaughlin 

Donald E. McNamara 

David C. Miles 

Deborah L. Miller 

Dyrk A. Miller 

Gwendolyn Buesking Moore 

Diana F Murrell-Reese 

Benjamin B. Myers 

Robin Lincoln Nichols 

MarkW. Nilsen 

Rebecca R. Norris 

Renee Bianchini Norton 

Ruth Warner Ozmun 

Rebecca Deen Perkins 

Thaddaeus & Donna Lee Jacobsen 

Poe 
Gregory T Priest 
Michael F. Reger 
Ruth S. Reinhard 
Robby Richardson 
Jan Dunham Rickard 
Michael E. Row 
Lewis P. Sale, III 

Rick D. & Rachel Oilier Schleucher 
Deborah Hahn Schloemer 
Debra K. Schuler 
Steven J. 
Super 




Diane Barrus Talcott 

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Colleen Gunder Tauten 

Pamela J. Wilks Walcott 

J. Andrew Whitfield 

Lee W. & Cynthia Sheats WhiLman 

David J. Winkler 

Scott A. Wonderly 

Bruce A. Wright 

Class of 80 

* of donors: 110 

Participation: 27% 

Ana Hernandez Ahlenius 

James R. Anderson 

Brian G. Baker 

Craig E. Berkey 

Brad E Bfoomster 

Brenda Reinwald Bodett 

Enid Ruyle Brenner 

David Eric Brown 

Brian S. Burnett 

Joanne RoehlingBurnsed 

Thomas M. Carpenter 

Colleen Frank Cerak 

Steven Chance 

Sarah Hillis Clark 

David E. & Carol Cleveland Conn 

James L Cross 

Joy Shigiey Cross 

Dane B & Laura Beers Davenport 

Brent A, Dawes 

Peggy Houghtalmg Denham 

Douglas D. Diedrich 

Kimberiy Archer Dockus 

Kathy A. Donica 

Sara DePree Donkerslool 

Karen Stacy Doxsey 

Scott Ellenberger 

Charles Donald Emery, III 

Timothy J. Encheimaier 

Brenda Oyer Farnsworth 

David G- Faui 

Edwin A. Fenstermacher 

Cynthia Zink Finn 

Judy M. Frey 

Herbert W. Frye. Jr. 

Julie Maxfield Gearhart 

Deborah Lapham Giltesee 

Vicki DaughertyGollihue 

Debra Dotes Gorbandt 

Rebecca Hilbert Grant 

Michael D. Greenwood 

Steven E. Haun 

Richard E. & Kathi Myers Honig 

Vickie Highley Houts 

Margaret Funk Humrichouser 

Jeffrey S. Hunt 

Paul W Imrie 

John E. Jaderholm 

Stacy Herr Jarvi 

Ruth Smith Johns 

Eric L. Johnson 

Mak Stanley Kawano, Jr. 

Ellen Vandertulip Kinzer 

Anne Mather Knickerbocker 

Beth Feldkamp Kumfer 

Thomas D. Lathers 

Joni Nussbaum Lehman 

Elwood T. Lippincott 

John E. Lorentsen 
Ronald D, Lott 
Jenneva Haskins Martin 
Neil F. Martin 
Donna Behr May 
Timothy D. Maybray 
Laurel G. Meissner 
Karen Hart man Metzler 
Kathleen Solin Miller 
Sarah Koppir Monroe 
Paul D. Nassar 
Daniel J Pederson 
Thomas K.Petersen 
Debra Vanderschuur Pianki 



Cherie Burnett Ritz 

Mark G. Rogers 

Z-t. : - d -t:;t::t' 

Marc A. & Brenda Conway Russell 

\'v- '■'■ Z,v: . 

Jay M. & Heidi Messinger Short 

David E_ Showers 

David S. Smith 

Neai G. & Patricia Dial Smith 

Ruth Faui Smith 

MarkW Soderquist 

Gayle Anderson Spacapan 

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Eddie J Stem 

Calvin T. & Rae Ann Johnson Stuart 

Jerome A, Swale 

Rick D. & Gloria Swartzentruber 

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Audrey F. Tobias 
Douglas R. Treu 
Keith Trievel 

Jane Vandenbelt VanOss 
Dawn Kattefjobn Weber 
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Christine Irwin Wills 
Steven R.& Sheri Thomet Wills 
Kimberiy Sandin Winter 
Kristine Gibson Woodworth 
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Class of 81 

i of donors: 133 
Participation: 34% 
David W. Albright 
Michael W. Alderink 
Jayman August Avery. Ill 
Wendy Lockhart Ax! 
Sue Freshour Bales 
L William Bauer. Jr. 
Michael J. Becker 
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Steve E Beesc* 
Kevin Biondo 
Brenda Tansey Bowman 
Kevin H. Brennfleck 
Karen Blue Brown 
Robert F. Brummeler 
James K. Brydon 
C" ;: l E: ;- E.r ; 
Erik H. & Tamara Rediger Burklin 
Heiko E. Burklin 
June Clow Burtis 
Cheryl A. Canada 
Peggy Anderson Carlson 
Susan Chow Chan 
Sandra JettChipka 
Martha Collins Cook 
Timothy L & Diana Bennett Davis. Sr. 
Brian D. & Donna Wyse Dawes 
Christine Larson DeHaan 
Mary Broiund Dehaan 
Paul B & Teresa Rakestraw Dick 
Chantal Fletcher Diedrich 
Randall E & M Colleen Byers Dodge 
Joy Kruizenga Doles 
Beth Doschadis Enckson 
Gregory D. Fennig 
Joseph N. Fennig 
James A Fereira 
Sandra Wessels Flynn 
Joyce Harrison Fox 
Paul S Gearhart 
Rulh Gualtien Geary 
Chris B Godlrey 
Thomas D & Laura Kesler Green 
Reed T Greenagel 
felupnik 
Dennis A. Hansen 

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Carolyn Nicholson Harper 
Sherry Sims Hendricks 
SusanS. Highl 



president, and vice-president. Dr. 
Ayres served the university for nearly 
a half-century, a tenure longer than that of 
any other person before or since. 
He was an inspiring teacher and a man of consider- 
able personal integrity and wisdom. He was long the 
unquestioned intellectual leader of the faculty and 



Jean Jaggers Holaday 

Merlin J. Holmes 

Bruce A Holt 

Cynthia Ferguson Horneiter 

Jill Howard 

Wanda Matejka Jackson 

Diane McClenaghan Jacobs 

Dwighl D. & Sally Thome Jacobsen 

Cheryl Gettmann Jarvi 

Tracey Ramsland Johnson 

Vickie George Kawano 

Linda Jo Staller Kennedy 

Reid A. Kennedy 

Jami Miller Kinzer 

Bradley W.Koenig 

Barry Krick 

Thomas C. Lee 

Janet Maier Lewin 

Grace J. Loewen 

Beth Jacober Long 

James F. Long 

Deborah Dicicco Lorentsen 

Tim A. Lugbill 

Douglas J. R. Marlow 

Jane Crawford Martin 

Tammera Lane McCrary 

Michael McGinnis 

Sheryl Livingston Mealy 

Brenda Hugunin Metzger 

Lisa Henningsen Miller 

Jen Barlow Millhouse 

Tammy J. Miner 

Chase D. Nelson 

Steven R. Nelson 

Janet Sellhorn Norris 

Karen Norcross Norton 

Tamara Hall Olson 

Kim Wallace Petersen 

John G.Phillips 

Linda DiMenna Phillips 

Mary Leltrich Polelli 

David R & Susanna Harlman Poucher 

Pamela Kareus Pursley 

Julie Rabine Reiman 

Cynlhia Rowe Reinholl 

Oonald A. Richards 

Brian Rishaw 

SlanteyC.Rishel 

David M. Roesener 

Elizabeth J, Rohrer 

Brian D. & Joy Hosteller Ruegsegger 

Paul L & Sherry Bradford Sanlord 

Carol L. Scheer 

Todd E. Shinabarger 

Mark A. & Dawn Riley Slaughter 

Karen Tomrell Smilh 

Nancy Palmer Smith 

Jo Cockrell Spencer 

M Susan Wicklilfe Staley 

James M. Stimmel 

Robert Summer 

Kathryn E. Sypher 

Douglas W. & Robin Mook Taylor 

Joellen Pearson Taylor 

Raymond R. & Dorothy Ludlow 

Unangst 
Lori Jacobsen Walker 
Timothy J Wesolek 
J Michael Wilhelm 
Linda J. Wrestler 
J. P Zinn 

Class of 82 

# of donors. 104 

Participation: 28% 

Beth K, Anderson 

David A. & Bonnie Veenslra Barber 

Timothy D. Barnes 

Stephen T, Beers 

Marilyn Collins Bennett 

PelerJ.Bianchini, Jr 

Amy Moore Bodin 

James E. Boyce 

Cfistin Case Bragg 



Dave H. Bull 

Jay R. Caven 

Carol Askeland Chauvette 

Joseph A. & Karen Heasley Coftey 

Philip C.Cook 

John David Cowley, III 

Douglas L. Daniels 

Mark De Haan 

Peggy Kendall DeWaele 

Thomas E. Fox 

Patricia Walker Franklin 

Richard W. Gales, Jr. 

Patricia Milhkan Hansen 

Adley D Harms 

David E. Harper 

Barbara Jensen Harte 

Elaine Hepler Hartman 

Kurtis D Hauser 

John Heltellinger 

David M. Henderson 

Steven K. & Jacqueline Moomaw 

Hohulin 
Bradford L. Hole 
Kelly G.Holt 
James W. Horn 
Christopher B. Houts 
Brenda Witman Jackson 
Cindy Beck Johns 
Cheryl M. Johnson 
M. Randall Jones 
Jack D. Judy 
Laurie Mowery Keen 
Karen Wittig Kemp 
Kevin B. Knickerbocker 
Joeli Lee Kolvoord 
Kelly R & Wendy Soderquist Koons 
Janet Klann Kraft 

James L & Pamela Lambrighl Krall 
Eric A. Lasure 
Rochelle L. Lester 
Jeffrey W. Massot 
Lauren McCann 
Daniel R. Miller 
Carol DeHaan Molinari 
Kent R, & Lynn Bauer Mosher 
Byron K. Mossburg 
Susan Searer Myers 
Robert R, Neideck. Jr. 
Deborah Home Nelson 
Stephen Robert Nelson 
Scott D. Norris 
Anne F Owens 
John C. Ozmun 
Ellen K. Payne 
JefferyA. Perrine 
Robert Earl Pelerson 
Martha Westerman Porter 
Laurie Mason Price 
RamonaR Price 
David A Reiman 
Keith M. Reinholt 
Christine Harmon Retel 
Lynda Seaberg Richert 
Caren Hetlin Rivera 
Rebecca Owen Robinson 
Kimberly L. Rockey 
Karen Muterspaw Rush 
David M Schrock 
Jaimie Schwietert 
Lynda Fowler Sepanski 
Linda Briggs Shepard 
Cynthia Glass Shinabarger 
David W Smith 
Leslie Dungan Soken 
Jeffrey S. Spencer 
Donna L. Slapleton 
Lisa I. Starr 

Pamela SchlichterStolz 
Dena S. Strasbaugh 
Ronald B. & Judith Klomparens 

Sutherland 
Colleen E. Tonn 
William Van Treuren, Jr. 
Laura K. Walker 
Randy & Deborah Niequisl Waterman 



Lori J. 

Weber 
William W. 

Westrate 
John M. Wheeler 
Randall S. Wyatt 

Class of 83 

# of donors: 121 

Participation: 27% 

Timothy R. & Ronda Gentis Able 

W Douglas Allgood 

Amy K. Artis 

Robert C. Auer 

Sharon Locker Augsburger 

Kerry D. Bowman 

GlendaBullis 

Tim Chu 

Richard L. Coflings 

Linda Britlon Cowden 

Richard M. Cox, Jr. 

Pamela Hogan Daniels 

J Brad Davis 

Kirk DeHaan 

Cheryl L. Dial 

Jennifer Hasty Dickey 

Karen S. Drook 

Timothy P Duncan 

Cheryl Miller Fanning 

Debbie McDaniel Fear 

Carole Hoff Fisher 

Jeffrey L. Frantz 

Arlan H. Friesen 

Debra Messamore Frostrom 

Michelle Ann Sample Fulton 

Joy Garda Gansler 

LoisTropf Garringer 

Karen S. Gould 

Beverly Renner Green 

Patricia E. Griswold 

Maria Carpenter Groholske 

John Hagy 

Peggy Weeden Hauser 

Georgi Ann Brooks Henderson 

Janet Cheek Hensel 

Timothy W Hill 

Curt D. & Vivian Marshall Hoeksema 

Kim Wheaton Hoffman 

David W Holt 

Gregory L. Holz 

David L. Hostetler 

Alice Batcher Howard 

Gary J. Hullman 

Cynthia Swart Hunfer 

Donna Pino Her 

Kenneth E Ingold 

Robert F Jackson, fl 

Brent A, Jacobus 

Michael W & Gena Griswold Kendall 

Matthew J. Koch 

Ronald A. & Julie Reed Kortmacher 

Karen Teeple Krzyzanowski 

Mark A. Kuiper 

Wayne L. Landis 

Michael W. Leburg 

Susannah K. Maley 

Frank H. McPherson. Jr. 

Kenneth D & Gma Mahr Mehl 

Mark L. Metzger 

Kenneth A. Meyer 

Janet R. Lee Miles 

David A. Moe 

KaraBoehm Molenhouse 

Robert J. Molzahn 

Robin Hockenbrocht Mourey 

Wendy Priebe Mumme 

Douglas W. Munson 

Robert C. Neighbour 

Sibyl K. Nelson 

Steven E. & Marsha Brinson Nygren 

Bonnie Jo LeClair Nystrom 

Perry J. Oakes 

James C. Ogborn 

Mark A. Olson 



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Paul C. 

Orchard 
Lysimahos & Kim 
McKinney Papanikandros 
Linda Weller Patlerson 
Patricia M. Pefley 
Dorren DeSmit Perrine 
Gregory H. & Shelly Hansen Ping 
Carrie Greene Porter 
Jane Harvey Porter 
Scott M. Preissler 
F. Scot! Price 
Jay A. Redding 
Kevin J. Rich 

Melody Rohrer Ringenberg 
Craig A. Rupp 
Randy G. Rutzen 
Jeffrey D. Ryan 
James R. & Victoria Pierce Schindler, 

Jr, 
Ronald J. Schrock 
Brian D. Sheets 
Monica L. Sheets 
Kristin Salsbery Shoemaker 
Joel T. Shultz 
Karen Hudson Smith 
Sharon Hicks Smith 
James Stamper 
James B. Teela 
James T.Tipton 
Darla Towne 
Luke T Veldt 
Harvey H Warwick, III 
Elizabeth Watson 
Rebecca J. WehJing 
Lynn Ann Livergood Wells 
Brian K. & Diana Jordan Westrate 
Janice Beihold Wright 
Kimberly J. Wuebben 
James M. Wynalda 



Class of 84 



# of donors 134 

Participation 32% 

James R. Allan 

Susan Richey Allgood 

Scott A. & Suzanne LeMaster Amstutz 

John W. Back 

Jeff Bagley 

Phillip D Barker 

Nancy Barnum 

Brenda Harris Barr 

Brenda Owen Bartel 

Dorothy Hays Barzizza 

Cynthia Wieling Bennett 

Robert C. Benson 

Douglas A Ber 

Renay Rossi Billing 

Douglas K. Bleyaert 

Randy A. Bowles 

Mark A. Breederland 

James C Butler 

Lisa Calvin 

James P. Campbell, Jr, 

Jay Case 

Bert T. Chapman 

Kathleen Allen Ciraky 

Kimberly Fellon Clarke 

Connie Sue Collins 

John M. Courtrighi 

Clark D Cowden 

Brett N, & Lynne Belt Cowell 

Diane Hedrick Cullen 

Anita Gutter Dalhe 

Michael P. Daugherty 

Pamela J. Drake 

David Drallette 

Cheryl Anderson Duncan 

Thomas E. Emmons 

David W. & Beth Bourgoyne 

Fenstermacher 
William J. Ferrell 
Jeffrey E. Ferrier 
David G.Fisher 




Stephen H. Flowers 
Sandra Soderquist Ford 
Laurel Pasma Fowler 
Mark W. Freer 
Linda Treen Friesen 
Kathy Lupton Frye 
Benjamin Fulton 
Rhoda Gerig 
Chris L.& Debra 

Glass 

Goeglein 
Marjorie A. 

Gowman 
W, Richard 

Green 
Rulh Schwalm 

Grubmuller 
Kathy Payne 

Hagy 
Jenifer 

McCaughan 

Harms 
Donna Carlburg 

Harper 
Lora Muthiah 

Helton 
Kathy Roberts 

Henderson 
Heidi Ison 

Hewitt 
Martha 

Green- 

agel 

Hildebrand 
Susan Ames Holmes 
Marcia Melvin Holt 
Teresa Sheffler Holz 
Shirley Houghtaling 
Kathleen Bowman Huffman 
Carol A. Hummel 
Kevin L. Her 
Cynthia Olenik Johnson 
Judd Johnson 
Ronald D. Johnson, Jr. 
Todd L. Kidder 
Frances L. Kincaid 
Dwighl D Kmgdon 
Nancy Ann Den Hartigh Knibbe 
Cheryl Kuhn Knoedler 
Karen Pelerson Kuiper 
Jay W Laffoon 
Troy Leander 
Shannon L. Lightbody 
Dianne Snively Lund 
Penny Miller Martin 
Debra Richardson Mason 
Gregory B. Mathews 
David S. McClow 

Stephen M. & Jana Green McGarvey 
Douglas McPhail 

Christine Lymberopoulos Medearis 
Todd Kendall Meissner 
Dorothy Birdsall Merrill 
Elizabeth Bliss Meyer 
Charissa A. Miller 
Michael L. Mishler 
Janelle Murray Monin 
Timothy E. & Janice Pinkley Morse 
Ronald S Moser, Sr. 
Dean Moyer 
Tim Neuenschwander 
TimothyS. Noreen 
Walt Ogiivie. Ill 
Kerry D. Oren 
Carey L. Peters 
Andrea Price Preissler 
Rhonda Crawford Price 
Claudia Preslel Riewald 
Jon & Cylinda Monroe Ring 
Jane Jentink Rogers 
Randal R. Rosema 
Leslie Cruz Ruegsegger 
Shari Tarnow Schippers 
Tamara Hinman Scott 
Lori A. Shepard 



Penny Smith Shultz 
Shern Hewlett Smilh 
Allen L. Sowers 

Michelle Green Steinbeck 
Jonathan & Janet Carlson 
Steiner 
Scott R. Taylor 
Kathryn Ludwig 

Teela 
Mark & Colleen 
Wild Terrell 
Mark& 

Deborah 
Miller Vander 
Veen 
Linda 

Lubberl Van- 
derMeulen 
Brian C. 

Walton 
Tadanobu 

Watanabe 
Gary A 

Waterman 
Elaine R Weber 
Edmund E. 

Williams 



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85 



# of donors: 111 

Participation 28% 

Timothy M.& Betsy Jo Helmus 

Anderson 
Barbara Askeland 
Donna Aull 
Lisa Donnell Badger 
Holly L.Barber 

Mark K. & Cynthia Pearson Bates 
Stephen D. Bauman 
John R. Bennett 
D MarkBowell 
Julie Bailey Bowers 
Dan L. Bragg 
Patsy Howard Bryant 
StephanG. Burklin 
David Burns 
Elisa Jessup Case 
Dawn Starks Chambers 
Nathan K. Cherry 
Sandra HigerdCurran 
Gregory A. Davis 
Catherine Beers Dickey 
Stephen M. Dodds 
Lisa Symon Duckworth 
Andrew Elliot 
Scott T. Etchison 
Donna Rohrer Fennig 
Sheryl A. Flesner 
Rick D Florian 
Glen R. & Tia Denney Ford 
Rollin L.Ford 
Jeffrey R. Fratus 
Cheri L. Griesmeyer 
Janet Crew Hadaya 
Nancy R. Hansen 
Gregory L Harris 
Robin Boyd Harris 
Katherine Pople Harlman 
Clark F Hewit! 
Steven T. Hewitt 
Scot R. Houck 
Kathleen VanOstrom Hresko 
Joni L. Jacobsen 
Keith W. Kamradt 
Sally Keith 
Robert E. King 
Rebecca Borland Klaus 



piqued in his students an admiration that remains 
strong today. While former students admit they have 
forgotten many of the facts learned under his tutelage, 
they aver that the memory of his fervent spirit and keen 
mind remains deeply etched on their minds. 

Dr. Ayres is remembered as an exemplar of piety, 
learning, and dignity, as a wise counsellor and compel- 



ling spiritual leader. Moreover, he is credited with being 
the anchor that held Taylor University to its moorings 
during the many financial crises that rocked the school 
during the years of his service. 

Dr. Ayres' spirit of self-sacrifice and commitment to 
the university and its vision stand as an example of the 
practical Christianity that is Taylor's foundation. 




Keith E. Landis 

Scoll E. Litwiller 

Brian B. & Melissa Massey Lydy 

Crisli Grimm Mathers 

Jonathan H. McCracken 

Colleen Huftstutler 

McCrary 
Vance A. McLarren 
Susan Binder 

Medatis 
Kellie D. 

Merrick 
James Mills 
Julanne 

Beatlie 

Molitor 
David S. 

Moore 
Susan A. 

Morey 
Julie 

Ringenberc 

Moser 
Matthew D. & 

Catherine 

Middlesworth 

Moses 
Kenneth M. Moskeland 
Cynthia 

Griffin 

Mossburc 
Cassandra 

Huston 

Moyer 
Ana Schneider Murphy 
Steven P. Neideck 
Kimberly Oflenhauser 
Timothy R. Pashley 
G Scott Pattison 
Timothy Petty 
RonaldS. Phillips 
Susan Plumb 
Peggi Essig Ratterty 
Marsha Wills Reiter 
Stephen J. Resch 
Thomas E. Reynolds 
Claudia Rishaw 
Roland Rohrer 
LynL. Rowel I 
Mark C. Schram 
Philips Karen InmanSchultz 
Barbara Seltzer 
Scott & Beth Flora Shaum 
David Slaughter 
Patricia Irvin Sowers 
Troy D. Spencer 
Keith A. Taylor 
Bonita Brown Thompson 
Daphne Hasty Tomlin 
Carol Holtzapple Underwood 
Janice Walmsley VanMeler 
Judy Vigna 
Lori Harlman Wagner 
Philips Walton 
Jetfrey T, Weber 
Todd M.Welch 

Victor & Joan Anderson Welker 
Sleven R. Wells 
Deborah Springer Wesner 
Craig W. Weyandt 
Jill Winkler Wilbanks 
Cheryl Brumbaugh Williams 
Austin Fraser Winkleman 
Priscilla Smith Wynalda 

Class of 86 

#ot donors: 117 
Participation 30% 
Christopher D. Adams 
C. Dean & Alicyn Jacobus Amann 
Marlasue Amstutz 
Melody J. Anderson 
Cynthia Roth Arndl 
Dawn Bauman 




David L. & Michelle Matties Becker 
Trecia D. Bell 
Sally Bertram 

Greg W. Billing 

LeDania Wallace Bowell 
Annette Shipley Bragg 
Christine Hume 

Bresnahan 
Daniel W. Bryant 
C. Kent Bundy 
Lori Gerber 

Burkholder 
Barbara 

Rediger 
Burklin 
Jon William 

Campbell 
Kathryn Stout 
Carter 
MarlisJ. 

Castle 

Susan L. 

Chernenko 

Ruthanne Reyers 

Clark 

Lynne Smith 

Collings 
Robert R Conley 

Brett A. Conner 



Kevin J Davidson 

Cheryl Franklin Davis 

Linda Den Hartigh 

Glen A. DenBraven 

Denise D. Dester 

DebraJ. Dickason 

Patrick D. Dickey 

Juli King Elliot 

Chrisline Neal Ferrell 

David A. Fisher 

Kristine Walton Gammage 

Tove Shergold Gardner 

Marianne R. Getz 

Timothy A. Glass 

Brenda L. Golden 

Tracy Bane Goodson 

Thomas P. Granitz 

Teresa M.Green 

Dwight J. Hammond 

Margaret Bell Hammond 

Michael L. Harlan 

Kevin L. Harlman 

Katherine Fry Hewitt 

Kamala S. Hildebrand 

Dean R. Hill 

Douglas D. & Andrea Salin Hocken- 

brocht 
Davina Roberts Holaday 
Rebecca Archdeacon Houser 
Dan A. Johnson 
Sleven M. Kastelein 
Jeffrey L. Keller 
Mark V. Kempt 
Eric M. Key 
Diane Rutter Kingdon 
Cynthia J. Krauss 
Susan Thomas Kubler 
Terry Linharl 
Sleven R. Loit 
Ronald M. Lupton 
Mary Pat Mahoney 
Joy L. Malhews 
Amy Belh McCann 
Susan Henningsen McCracken 
Susan J. Miller 
Carol A. Mills 
Becky Black Moe 
Karen L. Morris 
Jenny Klosterman Munson 
Roger C Muselman 



Timothy S 

Netson 
Kenneth G. 

Pearson 
Arne R. Pedersen 
Deborah A. Perrin 
Deborah L. Peters 
Jill Garzon Pinkston 
Barbara Eck Poley 
H, Juan Porter 
Brian S. Ramsland 
Jeffrey A. Raymond 
Jill Deardorff Rohrer 
Gregorys. Roth 
Brad L. Rupp 
Kent A. Schmidl 
Robert M, Sisson 
Linda Clark Smith 
Scott H. Snyder 
Thomas A. Spahr 
Donald H. Starke 
David R. Steiner 
Sherri A. Steiner 
Colleen J. Stoltzfus 
Stephen J- Stone 
Philip D- Taylor 
Robert J. Taylor 
Kristen Thorn 
Sharon M. Vigna 
Donald T. Vile 

Barry G. & Lisa Bushong VonLanken 
Sarah Meier Wagoner 
Todd A. Wesswick 
Jayne Fettes Wilson 
Ruth Meier Wilson 
Julia Wixtrom 
William A. Wood 

Class of 87 

# of donors: 123 

Participation; 31% 

Mark D. Andrews 

Thomas W. Archbald 

David W. Bachman 

Michelle K.Bailey 

KathyM Bamletl 

Lori Kendall Barnette 

Gregory E Beaverson 

Jeffrey A. & Andrea Levin Beck 

Suzanne M. Beers 

Duane Birkey 

Peter J. & Luci Best Bowman 

Scoll P. Buck 

Peter J. Buhrow 

Susan Mishler Bundy 

Daniel B. Carter 

Jeremy S. Case 

Michael Crabb 

David M. Darrah 

Marcia Harness Daugherly 

Janis Oechsle Davidson 

Kathlyn Bieri DenBraven 

Frank E. Downing 

LinnaeaR. Everill 

James Frintz 

Paul D- Gammage 

Melanie Hawkins Gilbert 

Rebecca L. Gordon 

Marc D Graber 

Kari Crawford Gribbon 

Cheryl L. Gutsche 






Richard R. Harris, 111 
Nathan A. Harvey 
Timothy K. Heebner 
Michael A. Heiniger 
Scott D. Henry 
Kara Stanley Hill 
Matthew K. Hobolth 
Todd A. Holaday 
Sarah J. Home 
Jill Turner Hoskins 
Danny L .Hulson 
Elizabeth Johnson Jacobus 



Kelly Hess 
Jensen 
Sandra 
Jackson Johnson 
Jennifer Luttrell Jordan 
Jeffrey & Tami Tucker King 
Kara Johnson Kuneli 
Kalhryn L. Kurtz 
Robyn R, Landt 

Andrew J. & Tamara Rinard Lee 
Wanda Rohrer Lewis 
Grant D. Lindman 
Joan M. MacLeish 
Cynthia A. Marshall 
Jessica J. McCoskey 
Mindy Roost McLarren 
Todd D. & Ruth Cripe Meinen 
Stephen D. & Melissa Nelson Mercer 
Thomas C. Merrill 
JayM Millikan 
Kevin P. Moritz 
Joan E. Morton 
J. Todd Mullins 
Karen E. Muselman 
Naomi Humphrey Muselman 
Mary Haupert Musselman 
David P. Myers 

Kent R. & Darla Griffith Nelson 
William J. Nelson, Jr. 
Kendall B. & Katharine Jones Neu 
Krista A. Nicholson 
Anne Marie Pederson 
Jeffrey C. Petersen 
Randall E. Pfaff 
Scott A. Potsgrove 
Douglas R. & Jayanne Housholder 

Roggenbaum 
Sheila M. Rusk 
David W.Ruths. Jr. 
Rhonda M Sabol 
Karen Schulz Schultz 
Bradford L. Sheppard 
Keith M. & Karen Helm Singer 
Curtis D. & Jana Saathoff Smith 
Deborah Spear Smith 
Randall E. Southern 
Sandra Bragg Slapleton 
Nancy Cline Starke 
Elizabeth Pringle Steiner 
Douglas E. & Jodi Wernberg Stephens 
Shell! S.Stuiber 
Frank C.Stumme, Jr. 
Cynthia A. Taylor 
Peter J VanVleet 
Stephanie L. Von Gunten 
Joy M.Walker 
Lynn Billbe Watanabe 
Paul A. & Colleen Powell Watson 
Sheila Pilts Weiland 
Karen Lavanchy Wertman 
David S. Wesner 
W.Quinn White 
James R Wierenga 
Steven E. Wild 

Daniel P. & Cynthia Diener Wilmol 
William C. Wilson 
Sharon B. Wit 
James W.Wolff 
Jerald W. Yeager 

Class of 88 

#ot donors: 106 

Participation: 33% 

Janeen I Anderson 

Lisa D. Anderson 

Timothy S. Anderson 

Jetfrey S. Arnetle 

David J Askeland 

Danice L Barker 

Brian William Berce 

Michael W 8. Amy Coals Betlsche 

Valerie Ennis Brady 

Mark S. Brown 

Kimberly Smith Buhrow 



CristineM Burchi 
Tammie L Byrnes 
Leigh Hammond Carlson 
Newell Cerak 
Valerie Owen Christner 
Brent A & Megan Rarick Clodgc 
Karen E Co ton 
Sherry M. Coulter 
Darla Haskins Crabb 
Susan Kellum Crites 
Randall J. Crawder 
Barbara B. Davenport 
Annette M. DeGraff 
Dennis P. Dickey 
David B. Dickinson 
WayneS. & Wendy Rutherford 

Dietrich 
Laura J. Ferkinhofl 
Steven Crum Fortenberry 
Laura A. Gerber 
Judith A. Gibbons 
Heidi U. Goehring 
Sheiia Harris Graber 
Shelly Cramer Gramling 
Robert L. Hanlon. IV 
Bertha L Hilson 
Dina King Home 
Daniel D. Houser. II 
Lionel J. & Angela Gollmer Hurd 
Jonathan M. Jeran 
Carole Newing Johnson 
Marion Reeves Johnson 
Amy Joy Jones 
Mark A. Kach 
Beth L. Keller 
Timothy Robert Kern 
Nancy Fretlinger Kirgis 
Larry G. Lakes 
Janice L. Lambert 
Alicia K. Landis 
David M Lavin 
Todd M Law 
Joseph G. Maniglia 
Rochelle Wilkre Martinez 
Christina M. McKinley 
Jennifer L. McNeil 
Gail E. Mercer 
BelhS. Mignon 
Lisa A Miller 

Brian K. & Kimberly Black Mishler 
Angela K. Mullet 
Michael A. Muter 
Robert A. Mulhiah 
Scott & Julie Belknap Nieveen 
Kevin J. Nill 
Buddy N Ozmun 
Christopher J. S Ann Schladenhauften 

Paynl 
Brian J. & Jennifer Jurgensen Peters 
Sherry Pomeroy Petersen 
Jonathan A Phillips 
Kimberly Kile Polsgrove 
Melissa A Resch 
Larrie M. Roberts 
Shelley L. Rogers 
Darin D. S, Lisa R. Roth 
James R Schmitz 
V Kim Shaddix 
Lisanne R. Shupe 
Carol Meier Sisson 
Brian A Smith 
Deborah A Spencer 
Richard J. Stanislaw. Jr. 
Kimberly I, Stephens 
Kay E. Stotls 
Sleven L Swing 
Julianne Tiede 
Michael J Truax 
Larissa Wolf VanVleet 
Rita B. Versendaal 
Matthew J Wengerd 
Steven D Wertman 
Jetfrey R. Wettierill 
Gregory J. Wilson 
Julie T Wiseman 



Class of 89 



Scott H.Clarke 

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Michelle Moeschberger Crowder 

Jerri L Daubenmier 

James E Dellrs. Jr. 

Virginia S. Ducker 

Joel E. Durkovic 

Douglas J. Egge 

Michael J. Engler 

Sharon M Emy 

Melinda L Fine 

George F & Diana Rediger Fletcher 

David S. Flood 

Jared C. Gerig 

Karen Ramsland Granitz 

Holly L Halvorson 

Craig A Handy 

Crystal R. Haridy 

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Shelly M. Hardesty 

Timothy P Hirons 

Michele L Hoekstra 

Michelle R. Hollar 

Timothy A Holz 

David J. Home 

Timolhy C. Hunteman 

Jodi L. Jacobsen 

Jeffrey S. Jacobson 

Jill Hay Jeran 

Jennifer L. Johnson 

Jonathan W. & Karen Clouston 

Kastelein 
Dawn Hendricks Keller 
Janice Came King 
Rebecca S. Litwiller 
Cynthia J Ludwig 
Reann E Lydick 
Sherri J. Lytle 
Trenton L. & Jennifer Grameman 

Mays 
Susan M. McAllister 
Lori A McGuffin 
Scott A McMillen 
Esther L Meier 
Laura L Menningen 
Joseph E Miller. Jr. 
Deborah J. Moore 
Seth A. Musselman 
Richard N. Mulhiah 
Raymond C. Nairn 
John R Nelson 
J. Aaron Neuman 
Heidi A Newhouse 
Cheryl Clark Nill 
Rodney E. Ochs 
Shawn M. Pala 
Clyde A Parka. Jr. 
Deborah G. Patterson 
Stacey E.Peters 
Nathan T Peterson 
Wendi Hopkins Phillips 
Michelle Potter 
L s.l ^ f ■ 
Melissa M Puckett 
Katrina Stout Rathbun 
Ellen L. Rennie 
Shirley A Rider 



The Ad building, or Maria Wright Hall as it was 
officially titled, for years stood as the heartbeat of the 
Taylor University campus. As the center of academic 
life and home to the Mooney Library, classrooms, 
offices, and lecture halls, the Ad building was always a 
flurry of activity. The path to her door was a well-worn 
one, indeed. 



World War II-weary and poor as they were, the class 
of '45 took it upon themselves to make that walk a little 
easier for the students who would follow in their foot- 
steps. As their senior class gift, they donated funds to 
lay a cement sidewalk between the Ad building and 
Magee-Campbell-Wisconsin (MCW) residence hall, two 
bastions of campus life. 



r frCO<WR§ ( E 



Philip J. Rowley 

Angela Weldy Rupp 

Leslie A. Sare 

Breton A See 

Peter Setian 

William M & Debra Callant Shini 

Lisa L. Snapp 

Rex G. Stump 

Kent F. Symanzik 

Bradley E. Thurber 

Stephen A. Ticknor 

Sarah Schenkel Trout 

Jodi E. VanderMeulen 

ClareJ.Voigl 

Jon B. VonGunten 

Amy E. Vrhovnik 

Krmberiy K Ward 

Julie Bagiey White 

Kimberly A Whitman 

Beth Miller Wild 

Linda G. Wit 

David W Woodring 

Amy Duchemm Work 

Todd M. Yeager 

Class of SO 

Candace Walker Anderson 
Jill E.Jenkins 

friends 

Phyllis A Aaron 

Mark T. Abbott 

Neva Abbot! 

William& Judith Abbot! 

C. P. Abernethy 

Sonia L. Abernethy 

Dorothy Abma 

Arna Abrahamsen 

Dennis Accavallo 

Mildred Ackermann 

Carol L. Ackert 

Charles & Dorothy Adams 

Harry A. Adams 

Paul & Berniece Adams 

Sarah B. Adams 

Patricia Affleck 

Rulh Aghababian 

Terry & Carol Agness 

Mark & Beth Ahearn 

Mark T Ahlenius 

A, Christina Ahlseen 

John R.Aiken 

Reva Akers 

Nancy Albright 

Atari & Merriam Alexander 

Beverly H. Alexander 

Douglas & Miriam Alexander 

John & Deborah Alexander 

Martin& Anna Alexander 

Paul Alexandei 

Robert J Alexander 

Sharon R Alexander 

WillardE Alexander 

Dale & Fneda Ailrey 

Judith H. Alksnitis 

Christine M.AIIem 

Clara B.Allen 

Homer J. Allen 

John C.Allen 

Virginia Allen 

Charles Alley 

David & Barbara Allgood 

Elizabeth A. Allison 

Curt & Carla Alspaugh 

Frances Allenburg 

Jane! M Allenburg 

John W. Ames 

Robert A. Amon 

David Amsler 

Jay A. Amsler 

Larry N. Amstutz 

Mary Elizabeth Amstutz 



Florence M.Andersen 
Gudrun Andersen 
Daniel P Anderson 
David W Anderson 
Ellen 0. Anderson 
Florence C. Anderson 
Joyce E. Anderson 
Laura Anderson 
Marian M. Anderson 
Myrneth H. Anderson 
Norman Anderson 
Peggy J. Anderson 
Rulh M. Anderson 
Sue Anderson 
Wilma Anderson 
David Andre' 
Pamela J. Andres 
Dorothy Andrew 
Ellen Jane Andrew 
Ruth E. Andrew 
Deborah Andrews 
Walter & Betty Anglemeyer 
Jeanette Anglemyer 
James Anspaugh 
Jane L. Apple 
Sandra S. Arch bold 
Charles C Archibald 
Daniel E. Aring 
Florence Arms 
David B. Armstrong 
Ronnette K Armstrong 
Susan L Armstrong 
Donald A. Arndt 
Steven W. Arndt 
Denise Arneson 
Harold & Janet Arnette 
Mary Ellen Arnold 
Melinda L Arnold 
Sue A. Arnold 
Betty June Arpe 
WilliamS Hannah Arrell 
Janet L. Arthur 
George D. Arloux 
Rodger E. Ashman 
Kent J. Ashton 
LoisM.Aspin 
Margaret G Atkinson 
Donald E. Attebury 
Charles F. Atwell 
Lee Augsburger 
Paul & Edith Augsburger 
Gerald & Delores Ault 
Agnes Austin 
Joseph & Faith Austin, Jr. 
Carol Avery 

Jayman & Audyce Avery, Jr. 
Teresa L. Avery 
David Axt 
Harold Ayabe 
Marilyn Ayers 
Benjamin Ayling 
LenaM. Ayling 
El Dana S. Ayres 
Carol Ayres-Boris 
Claire Ayton 
Brian D. Baab 
John & Janet Baab 
Gerald & Sue Baas 
Rulh Bachman 
Jeanne Back 
Barry W. Badertscher 
David Bagiey 
W. E. Bahls 
Marian H Bahr 
David H. Baier 
Albert E.Bailey 
Bernice M. Bailey 
Bill & Donna Bailey 
Marjorie I. Bailey 
Wanda Bainbridge 
Carolyn Baker 
Doug Baker 
E. D. & Evelyn Baker 
Jack & Donna Baker 
Kevin R. Baker 



Susan E. >|v HlT) 

Baker ^ >^ ■?- ^ 

Suzanne T. 
Baker 

Wendy Wye Baker 
Pat Bakke 
Eleanore K. Balash 
Barbara A. Baldwin 
John F. Baldwin 
Kenneth & Mary Bales 
James M. Balfenger 
Susan Ballinger 
Bruce & Helen Bambach 
Thomas J. Bamford 
Esther Barber 
Frank Bardwell 
D Michael Barhorst 
Catherine W. Barker 
Nicholas P. Barker 
Donald W. Barnes 
Janette L. Barnes 
Philip Barnes 
R. B Barnes 
Jeffrey Barnett 
Paul D. Barnette 
Janet N. Barney 
Harold Bamhart 
Linda Barnum 
Richard C. Ban 
Robert C. Barr 
Lorena Barrett 
Louis E. Barrett 
Raymond & Olive Barrett 
Thomas & Jeanme Barrett 
Ron Bartel 
Harold F. Barteis 
Helen L. Barlh 
Tim L. Bartholomew 
Mark Barton 
Thomas M. Barzizza 
David K. Basler 
Jack & Hazel Basler 
Wreta Bassetl 
Carl Bastian 
Ruth T Bateman 
Ann Bates 
David R. Bates 
Homer & Helen Bates 
Robert H. Bates 
Thomas Bates 
Thomas H Bales 
Tim & Tanya Bates 
Henry Batten 
A. Elaine Bauer 
Jeanette K. Bauer 
Mary E. Bauer 
Cheryl Bauman 
Marjorie Baumeister 
Darl Baumgardner 
Ellen Beach 
Grace S Beach 
Kathryn M. Beachley 
Douglas R. Beal 
R.G & Irene Bealer 
John S. Beals 
David & Margaret 



Lesli Beaverson 
Marianne Beck 
Randall S. Beck 
Elizabeth D. Becker 
Harold E. Becker 
Lawrence & Mrs. Becker 
Naomi J. Becker 
Brooks Beckner 
Clark W. Bedford 
Dorothy M. Beecher 
Herman & Betty Beem 
Barney D. Beers 
Dale B. Beery 
Cecil & Pearl Beeson, Sr 
Rachel Beetner 
Joyce A. Behnken 
Sally Behrens 
Jonas D. Beiler 
Julia M. Beittel 
James & Linda Beitzel 
Lawrence Belcher 
Lola Bell 

Ralph & Betty Bell 
Michael Bellito 
E.J. Bellows 
Larry L. Bellville 
May Bemiller 
Richard & Mary Benkert 
Mark& Bonnietta Benn 
David D. Bennett 
John R, Bennett 
Marcita Bennett 
Mary Utley Bennett 
M Keith Bensley 
Darrel & Marion Benson 
Judy Benson 
Susan Benson 
William & DeAnn Benson 
Dawn M. Ber 
Emily SBerend 
Julia Z. Berend 
Alice Berg 
James E. Berger 
Stephens Eileen Berger 
Stephen & Ruth Ann Bergei 
Theresa Berger 
OrvilleM Bergman 
Jean Bergwall 
Rosa Berkey 
Harold T.Berlin 
Eileen Bernstorf 
William & Lois Berry 
Loretta Bertsche 
Jean T. Berwager 
Paul Best 
William W Best 
Glenn Betten 



Carol Betz 

Charles & Doris Betz 

Eleanor G. Beuschel 

Wilburn L. Beverly 

Rodney & Kay Bevington 

Debra A. Bianchini 

Chris & Mrs. Biberstine 

John Biberstine 

Hazel W. Bickerstaff 

Dorothy Biddle 

Dianne Billharz 

William Billman 

Richard L. Bilyeu 

Joan M Binkley 

Victor W. Binkley 

RickBiondo 

David G. Bird 

Kay J. Birk 

Randal Birkey 

Marilyn Bisching 

Ronald Bisel 

Evelyn J. Bishop 

H.E.&MildaBishton 

Terry L. Biswell 

Robert D. Bittner 

Frances Bjork 

Richard & Patricia Black 

Bruce A. Blackburn 

T. B. Blair 

Lara Blanchard 

Helen L. Btessing 

Margaret A. Blevins 

Patricia R. Blevins 

Calvin & Shirley Blink 

John D. Blizzard 

Debra S. Blom 

Lowell A. Blom 

Alfred P. Blomquist 

E.Robert Blue 

William R.BIyth 

Jon Bodin 

Brett R. Boggs 

Dorsey & Helen Boise 

Ruth Marie Bolden 

Larry & Genevieve Bolender 

Raymond F. Bolhouse 

Lucille M.Bolles 

John S Karen Bolthouse 

Walter Bond 

William& Donna Bond, II 

William S.Bonfield 

Dale R. Bonga 

Carl I Bonner 

Amos & Lillian Bontrager 

Jacqueline K. Bontrager 

Jay E 

Kathryn B 

Holly M Book 

LaRila Boren 

Gary Boring 

DeLanaG. Borja 

W H Borland. Jr 

Robert & Mrs. Bormann 

Crist & Lydia Bornlrager 
Jane Bornlrager 



C? I JF" 1" O 



Roy W Bortmess 

Ruth A. Bos 

Ida May Both 

Patricia J. Both 

Nancy C. Bolts 

Mae E. Boughton 

Gertrude N. Bouwkamp 

Alan Bowden 

Karan Bowden 

Evelyn M. Bowen 

Rodney Bowen 

Mary Louise Bower 

Rodney F. Bower 

Connie Bowermeister 

Curtis W. Bowers 

David R. Bowers 

Gaynard Bowers 

Deborah A. Bowles 

Bessie R. Bowman 

Eldon T Bowman 

Howard Bowman 

David Boxell 

Kelley R. Boyce 

Marilyn Boycott 

Ralph & Ruth Boyd 

Bruce J. Boydell 

Charles H, Boyer 

John E. Braden 

Nelson Bradford 

Dale A. Bradley 

James M Brady 

Ruth Ann Brady 

Ward Brady 

Virginia H Bragan 

Jeffrey W. Bragg 

Emily L. Brai ley 

George P. Brancato 

Maynard Branch 

Thomas H Branch 

Jon Brandenberger 

Millie L. Braselton 

Dan W. Bratka 

Donna L.Bratka 

Beryl & Mabel Braun 

Elaine F Braun 

R J Braunlin 

Christopher Brauns 

David Braunwarth 

Warren & Virginia Braunwarth 

Dorsey Brause 

Helen Brechbill 

Nancy J. Brehm 

Gordon & Marsha Breimon 

Adeline Brengle 

Clara Brenneman 

Dale & Karen Brenneman 

Donald Brenneman 

Joanne Brenneman 

Kathleens Brenneman 

Lucy Brenneman 

Phyllis I. Brenneman 

Ron & Linda Brenneman 

Kay Mane Brennlleck 

Timothy M Bresnahan 

Linda Brelh 

Leland L. Brett 

Zack & Nancy Brewer 

Audrey L Brich 
Lynn Bridenstine 
Margaret Briggs 
Martha B. Briggs 
Fredrick & Neoma Brinson 
Meredith Britton 
Frank A. Brock 
Mary Ann Brock 
MicheleL Brockert 
Sherri K. Brodbeck 
Terry Sue Brogan 
Theodore & 

Murlaine Broiund 
Hubert Brom 
Ralph A. Broman 
Philip & Lynne 



^**Sc^ 



Monuments, as lasting as they 
may seem, fall prey to the ravages of 
time. The Ad building burned; MCW was 
razed. With time and constant use, the side- 
walk crumbled and was eventually replaced. (That 
piece of the walk which records the class' generosity, 
however, is preserved in tribute to their thoughtfulness.) 



Perhaps a 
more lasting 
tribute may be 
found in their making 
the most of difficult times, 
rising above themselves to think of others, and helping 
prepare these for journeys of faith that lay ahead. 



ACXWRG'E 



Frederick & Nancy Brooks, Jr. 


Caroline Butler 


Virgil \»y CT( 


1 ( K r EfL c B y? Geo,9ea 


David Crosson 


- :-=•- I .:,'.;:«•::- 


Philip & Sue Brooks 


Richard Butman 


Chandler \\/ *■ 


^ - i \J-' J -^- 1 -// Marjone 


John a Aurilla Crosson 


: ---:.-'-- 


Andrew R. Broom 


Gwendolyn Bullerlield 


Philip & Laura \^^- 


^ -"-^^^ Connon 


Audrey L Crouse 


Hatry& Alice Deboer 


Roy & Sue Brothers 
Betle Ann Brown 




Chase ~~ 


— -^"^ 1 yip t, 1 aura Cnnnnr 


Ena B. Crouse 


Janice M. Debet 


Janet M. Byers 


Samuel & Pamela Chastain 


Herbert & Barbara Conrad 


> :.-,- \ :-. - '•:..- 


Marilyn Deich 


Cindy Brown 


James Byrne 


Mary K. Chau 


Jay 8. Mrs. Conrad 


James E. Crumbacher 


Darlene K. Delaney 


David Brown 


Rosalie G. Byrne 


Thomas Chauvette 


M, Ruth Conrad 


Terri Crulchfield 


'■/.-.- : :■-■■.■:. 


Oavid B. Brown 


Jessie M. Cain 


Marcella Cheesman 


David & Janet Convy 


Kimberly Cryer 


Sharon Denaway 


E. Rulh Brown 


Thomas P. Cairns 


Patricia M. Chell 


James Conway 


Bill Culbertson 


John D. Denham 


Earl & Belly Brown 


Carol R. Caldwell 


C Earl & Grace Chenoweth 


Bernard W. Cook 


Robert G. Culbertson 


Kenneth Denlinger 


Harold A. Brown 


Molly Calhoun 


WilberlaL. Cbinn 


Dale Cook 


Tom Cullen 


John A. Dennis 


Janet Brown 


Charles W. Cameron 


James D Chipka 


Everett & Lueta Cook 


AlanCulley 


'.;":. : \" : 


Jarvis Brown 


LeRaye Cameron 


Charlotte M, Chmielnicki 


Gten Cook 


Dean Culp 


Ora Dennis 


Jeannelte Brown 


Reginald & Joy Cameron 


Kenneth & Alice Chow 


Randal & Lynn Cook 


Dora M Culp 


Rebecca K Dennis 


KathyS Brown 


Ann Campbell 


George K Chrismer 


Ryan W. Cook 


Kalherine L. Cumings 


,'.r-'i 1:' :' 


Lisa K. Brown 


John & Joan Campbell 


Daniel & Lona Christian 


Irene L. Cooke 


Becky Cummins 


Richard Derby 


Margarel Brown 


Keith A. Campbell 


T Kevin Chrislner 


Alan L. Coolidge 


John L Cummins 


.'. :y L j-'r.: Itt",':;- 


Mary C. Brown 


Mark Campbell 


David J. Cbrislopberson 


Janice Coombs 


Raymond Cunningham 


Dennis & Rita Dem 


MicheleA. Brown 


Sibyl Campbell 


Beth A. Chu 


Melvin & Bonnie Coons 


Robert E. Cunningham 


.-■;, L >r 


Milton T Brown 


Gerald & Charlene Candilo 


Lorene Chupp 


Lydia 1. Cooper 


M. Glenn Curran 


Mark DesJardins 


Norman & Mary Alice Brown 


Keith Canham 


Meredith M. Church 


Marilyn J. Cooper 


Don Curry 


AmyLDeBmer 


Patrick Brown 


Charlotte Canida 


James R Ciraky 


Michael Cooper 


Priscilla Curtis 


Robert W Dettmer 


Richard D. Brown 


Nick & Hope Cannell 


Irving & Louise Clapp 


Raymond & Marjorie Cooper 


Craig & Carmen Curtiss 


Gladys Detwiler 


Sherry J. Brown 


William R. Cannon 


Ernesi & Joan Clapper, Jr 


E. Cope 


Leonard & Lucille Custer 


J. W. Dewberry, Jr. 


Susan Brown 


Cecilia C. Carey 


Barry & Diane Clark 


Esther P. Copetand 


Loyal & Floramae Cutlorth 


Roberl Dewey 


Thomas A 8rown 


William Carey 


Irving N. Clark 


John J. Copeland 


Raoul C Czerwinski, Sr. 


A L.:-: 


Virginia Brown 


Krisline M. Carius 


Richard & Lydia Clark 


Rulh M. Copley 


John & LeEtta D'Arcy 


Elsie L Dick 


William C. Brown 


Herberl & Carol Carlburg 


James F. Clarke 


Carol H. Coprivnicar 


Frances M Daffern 


Proctor A Dick .. 


Terry 8rowning 


Charles T. Carlisle 


Orpha Blanche Clarke 


June Corduan 


Eftamay Dahlstrand 


Martha a Dictej 


Burton Bfubaker 


Roy Carlock 


Sharon Clauss 


Cynthia J. Corey 


Bruce E. Dahrling. II 


James B. Dickson 


Earl M. Brubaker 


Charles A. Carlson 


Laurelyn Claybrook 


Timothy G. Corey 


Alfred A. Dailey 


William 8, Jane Dtars 


Eva R. Brubaker 


David H. Carlson 


Ronson E. Cleary 


Philip M. Corkill 


Anne B. Dameron 


Ed Dietrich. Sr 


Myron D. Brubaker 


James & Roberla Carlson 


Vivian E. Cleeton 


Virgil & Virginia Corll 


Scott E Danehower 


Doris A Dill 


John & Joyce Brumbaugh 


Myron 0. Carlson 


Herman L. Clem 


Mary Cory 


Jack & Carol Daniel 


Bruce & Marian Dillingham 


Deborah L. Brumlield 


Nancy Carlson 


Rhonda Clement 


Ernest & Pamela Coryea 


Dwighl Daniels 


Ann Dillon 


Wendy Brummeler 


Todd Carlson 


Irene L. Clemmer 


Thomas Cosmades 


John & Esther Daniels 


Douglas K. Dillon 


Michael F Brunk 


Vernon & Judith Carlson 


LonaS. Climenhaga 


Anne B. Courtney 


Joy Darlage 


Gerald W. Dillon 


Helen G. Bryan 


Daniel & Elinore Carlstrom 


Beatrice Cline 


Robert Cbverdale 


Eleanore Dalema 


Harry K. Dillon 


Patricia L. Bryan 


Mildred E. Carman 


Kinzie & Suzanne Cline 


William Cowherd 


Jerry Daubenspeck 


Scott 8, Laura Disller 


Lisa M Brydon 


Wanda Carmany 


Shirley Cline 


David 8, Phyllis Cox 


Sara J, Daugherty 


Elisabeth M. Ditmer 


Mary Ann Bucher 


Charles & Alana Carpenter 


Nels & Elizabeth Clint 


Kay T. Cox 


Robert Davenport 


Ruth A Dixon 


Judith Ann Buck 


Darlene J. Carpenter 


Robert A. Clinton, Jr. 


Randal Cox 


Margarel A. Davidson 


Elmer T. Dize. Jr 


David A Buckley 


L Hewitt & Amelia Carpenter 


Ruth Close 


Suzanne S. Cox 


Wilma J. Davies 


Jackie N. Dize 


James & Kay Buckley 


Leonard Carpenter 


Dorothy F Closser 


David L Coy 


Bonnie Davis 


Kemmie Mason Dize 


James Bucy 


Steven Carr 


Evelyn Clouse 


Judith A Coy 


Catherine L. Davis 


Charles A Dobbins 


Richard H, Bueckers 


R. Carr 


Carl A Clouser 


Vicki Coy 


Cecil Davis 


Lewis M, Doby 


Mark D Buehler 


J Merrill Carroll 


Geraldine M. Cobbs 


Merrilyn Cramblet 


Diana M Davis 


Daryl C. Doctors 


K. C. Bugg 


John J Cart 


Paul C Cbblentz 


Jeri L. Cramer 


Dorothy J. Davis 


Russell E. Dodds 


Beverly J. Bullock 


Brian & Terrie Carter 


Marlene Coburn 


Charles Crane 


Evan & Juanita Davis 


Stanley C. Dodds 


ErnestS Emma Bullock 


Elnora Carter 


Suselte Cochran 


Robert & Lisa Marie Crane 


James & Frances Davis, Jr 


Beth Dodge 


Kristin Bullock 


Ethel M. Carter 


Janis M. Cochrane 


Dorothy P. Crank 


Lamar Davis 


Richard & Weezie Doermet 


Joe Buly 


Nancy D. Carter 


Linda J. Coe 


Daniel L. Crawford 


Lewis & Mrs. Davis 


Roberl & Dorothy Dohner 


Patricia Bunders 


William H, Carter 


Barbara B Cbhoon 


JuneB Crawtord 


Linda W. Davis 


Donald Dollens 


James Buono 


Curtis Cartolano 


Geralyn A. Cohoon 


Larry E. Crider 


Merle A. Davis 


Helen D. Domeck 


M G. Burchlield 


Nancy L. Cascaden 


Ann L. Coker 


Carl & Marjorie Cripe 


Nancy H. Davis 


Joan R. Domeck 


Clillord M. Burgess 


Lillian Claire Caskey 


KathyJ. Cole 


Miriam Cripe 


R Wesley Davis 


Roberta L Donaldson 


John & Suzanne Burgess 


Roberl M. Caskey 


Dennis L. Collins 


Rhonda L Cripe 


Robert S. Davis 


Roy E. Donica 


Shirley A Burgess 


Marvin Cassity 


James T. Collins, Jr, 


Julie A Criswell 


Thelma Davis 


James Donkersloot 


Mary Burkarl 


Kevin Castle 


Jeltrey D, Collins 


KathyCriswell 


Thomas & Lisa Davis 


Lois J. Dooms 


Freeman Burkhalter 


Renee E Castle 


Nicolas Colon 


Bill & Mary Crocker 


Virginia E. Davis 


Mark & Mary Dortiol! 


Donald G Burkhardt 


Patrick A. Cervone 


Dale B Comslock 


Daniel E. Cross 


Susan Dawes 


Kenneth W. Doss 


Robert & Martha Burkhardt 


Clyde Chalin 


Marie P Comslock 


Myron Cross 


Yao-Hsin Dawes 


Edie Doudt 


Terence L. 8urkhardt 


Donna Challgren 


Mendon & Judi Conley 


Rose E. Cross 


E. Glennard & Barbara Day 


Eileen Dougherty 


George F Burkhart 


Alice M. Chambers 




Sarah Ann Cross 
— -_^__^ Vernon Cross 


Terry Jean Day 
Ruth E. Dayton 


George Douglas 
Ronald L Douglas 


Beatrice 8urkholder 


Albert Chan ^^_^-- 




David E. Burkholder 






"*"~""-^_^ Daniel Crosson 


Teresa De Leo 

Robert 8, Judith Ann DeBaets 


Rex E Douglass 
Wanda WDowell 


Gene Mae Burkholder 








Kay N. Burklin 








John DeBlock, Jr. 


3,',r; , " : ',' ?;,'.\ ; 


Dean Burlew 








Larry DeBoer 


= : r: i :::.-,',> 


Barbara J Burman 








Joseph & Joyce DeCook 


David Drake 


D.Jean Burns 








Evangeline L DeLong 


Harvey Driver 


Maurice Burns / 








X Margaret DeLucenay 


Pamela E. Drook 


Jane Burnworlh / 




'I s 


\l 


\ Bruce & Elaine DePree 


Mary A Drudge 


Robert D Buroker / 








\ Pieler 8, Phyllis DeSmit 


William DuPree 


Teresa Buroker / j 








V \ A Jeffrey 8. Christine DeVaull 

\wr \ Mictlael PeVl, ° 

VTm karen DeVries 

^■vJrl Rulh DeVries 


Sharon D. Dube 


Francis A. Burrell / / 






Grace L Dubendorl 


Clyde & Margarel l(\ J 

Burris Loil 

Carol A. Burl (wl 


ORA 




Wayne & Rulhanna Duckwall 
Mary Esther Duckworth 
Paul C. Duckworth 










RTcflM Thorn DeWaele 


William Burtis iAVm 








Bi»^f Mildred DeWeerd 


Ray Duckworth 












ZZYMJn Charles DeWitt 


Debbie S. Dudley 


Funk v^^ 


_ ^Bbbbb 




Duane M. Bush vipM 


. Ill 




2SS| 


1 iffJlMl iw\i 


r%y Frances V. Dean 


Shirley E Duflie 


Peg Bush Tsl 


vflBi ■ J ^' 








^ wr Russell & Rebecca Dean 


Carol E. Duitsman 


Bill Butler \ft 


i X 








/ VictonaS Dean 


MaryAnn Duke 



"In quality 
of teaching and 
in quality of caring, 
she is a living example of 
the Taylor ideal." So said then 

president of Taylor University, Dr. Milo Rediger, reflect- 
ing on the life and loving service of Miss Grace Olson at 



the dedication of the residence hall 
named in her honor. 
A beloved member of the Taylor faculty 
for 24 years, Miss Olson served as head of the 
history department and briefly as college registrar 
before retiring in 1971. In 1966 she was named Taylor 
University's first "Professor of the Year." 



'kcwvRg'E 



DeEtte Duncan 


Thomas E. Erickson 


Kenneth C. Wv <7l) 


<T<rr<r(p M Rolleen 


Robert L. Good 




Gene & Julia Hainen 


Robert Duncan 


Gary Erlandson 


Forman \X ^^ 


-* V/-' ^^y/ Garrison 


Ruth Good 


Clara J. Haines 


Thomas & June Duncan 


Joell M. Erlandson 


Leslie Ray & ^s^*^.^^ 


~****\yS Dave Garwood 


Dinorah A. Goodell 


Dennis Hakeman 


John E. Dunham 


Joe & Karen Ernspiker 


Elizabeth Forster ^"""--— 


, , — ■ — ,- *" Richard Garzon 


Lewis & Jean Goodwin 


Bonnie Halcomb 


JoAnn Dunkelberger 


James E. Erwin 


James Forstrom 


Peggy A. Gast 


Mark A. Gorbandl 


^^apSgj*. Robert Halcombe 


Dee Dunkerlon 


George & Miriam Escher 


Robert V. Fort 


Cheryl Gates 


Wayne L. Gordon 


/^|*K^^\ Robert & Margaret 


V. Edwin & Edna Dunkin 


RubyW. Eskew 


David C. Fortosis 


Daryl N. Gates 


David E, Gormanous / 


/***& x \ Halka 


Elinor T.Dunlop 


Carl E. Espenshade, Jr. 


Elmer Foss 


David L. Gates 


Jane E. Gortner / 


/ (^^,\ Miss Ann Hall 


Lois M. Dunlop 


Ted & Marge Essenburg 


Elizabeth Foster 


Karel Gates 


Robert & Evelyn / / 


^k, \ Mrs. Ann Hall 


Merrill Dunlop 


Don & Josie Essig, III 


L. Daniel Foster 


Rhonda S. Gates 


Gosselar / / 


^k \ Donald & Barb 


C. William Dunn 


Debra L. Euler 


Mark David & Myra Foster 


Larry S Elaine Gavette 


E B Gottschalk / / t 


M \ Hali 


Craig R. Dunn 


Gregor & Mary Fran Euler 


Patricia E. Foster 


Susan Gaydosh 


Margaret K / / 


m \ Edith Hall 


Mary Lou Durham 


Evangeline Evanick 


Randolph H. Foster 


John W. Gaynor 


Gould / / 


w \ Marilyn J. 


Wesley & Jean Dusek 


Malcolm & Nadine Evans 


Danny Fouse 


Becky Gearhart 


Donald D. / / nt.,„ 


\ \ Hall 


Dorothy Dvorak 


Thomas M. Eversman 


John A, Fouse 


Geneva Gee 


Graber 




ISBW^k — Jm \ Melvin & 

km& Hazel Hall 
R. Wendell 


Daniel P. Dyck 


Robert C. Eversole 


David E. Foutz 


Edward & Martha Geelhoed 


Lynne Graber 




EdnaL Dyck 


Everett H. Everson 


Carl M. Fowler 


Glenn & Elaine Geerts 


Margo Graber 




Kent T, Dyck 


Roger Ewald 


Millicent Fowler 


Roy Geesa 


David S. 




w ***- ill ' Ha " 


Norma K. Dyck 


William Ewbank 


Thomas L. Fowler 


Jean E. T. Gehner 


Graham 




"^t^- II Steven & 

/ / Diane Han 


Helen Dye 


Dawn Faasse 


James V. Fowler II 


Debbie Geiger 


Herbert \ HH 


Matthew Dziadosz 


P. Mark Fackler 


Anna M. Fox 


Evelyn G. Geiger 


Graham \ fflN 


BL jfll / / ^d Hall 


Robert M. Earle 


Joseph Fagg 


Edward & Joyce Fox 


Junior & Jennifer Geiger 


Anthony & \ Wm 


" '^34^^ / / 


Linda Earnest 


Marietta H.Fahl 


H. Leonard Fox 


Ward& Lucille Geiger 


Kathleen \ \ 


^^ / / Wayne R Hall 


David & Beverly Eash 


Fred & Violet Fair 


John Fox 


Sandra Gelwicks 


Grahek \ \ 


WBf I Wendell & Betty 


Jane Eash 


Nancy S Fair 


Mildred L. Fox 


Eleanor N. Gengler 


R. L. Grainger \ \ 


v^W 1 ■ / / Ha " 


Roy & Judith East 


Chester Fairman 


Robert E. Fox 


Floyd George 


Terrell L.Gramlmg \ 


\^ JHH/ / JackLHallali 


Sarah J. Eberhard 


Beverly W.Fales 


James & Elinor Francis 


Eldon Gerber 


Roberts Kimi Granger ^ 


\ x.^^HBBT' ./ Lowell Hallenbeck 


Jon A. Ebersole 


John & Vivian Falk 


Joe M.Francis 


Elmer Gerig 


James & Cindy Grant 


^^^Sr^g^^ Ada M. Halligan 


Judy Ebf ight 


Brian T. Fanning 


Karen Francis 


Jess & Iva Gerig, Jr. 


Peter J. Grant _**= 


j*asass^ John & G | 0na 


W.E. Eckhof 


David L. Farah 


Hugh Frandsen 


JohnW Gerig 


C Samuel ii /^"*^' 


^^^^^N^g^—, ^ ^.^ Hamer 


David S. Eddy 


William & Violet Farb 


Randy Franklin 


Mildred M. Gerig 


Gray g 


Q r ^^^^^;x^\ Waller 

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William C Edmundson 


Beverley Far is 


Vesta Franks 


Ola M. Gerig 


Robert E. XS ^^ 


Mary Beth Edstrom 


Deborah A. Farmer 


AnnT Frantz 


Wesley & Mary Gerig 


Greathouse Nggip 


Beverlee Edwafds 


James E. Farmer 


James Frantz 


Harold Gerritsen 


David Green ^^ 


^ , * 3li ^^ < ^ aiiit ^^ ^^a^ Brian & 


Bonnie M. Edwards 


Jeff Farnsworth 


Michelle Fratus 


Paul Getty 


Jeffrey Green 


^^ asK1=i=== **'^ Lenore 


Cathy Egan 


John & Esther Farr 


Richard & Marlene Fratus 


Carol A. Getz 


Mary S. Green 


Hamilton 


Thomas Eggteston 


Dorothy Farrier 


Herbert M. Frazer 


Conrad Getz 


Pamela A Greenagel 


Carol J. Hamilton 


Max L. Ehresman 


Winifred M Farwick Parr 


Nicholas Frederick 


Harold & Mrs. Getz 


Avery H. Greene 


James & Rebekah Hamilton 


Artimese Eicher 


Dennis H. Faulkner 


Robbie Freel 


James & Solvieg Getz 


Dorothy L. Greene 


Judith P Hamilton 


Larry V. Eicher 


Douglas L. Fear 


Steven A. Freeman 


Linda Getz 


Melba E. Greene 


Philip T. Hamilton 


Margaret Eicher 


Alan & Donna Feasby 


Robin S Freer 


Harold & Mary Gianopulos. Sr. 


Judie Rae Greenhouse 


Richard & Doris Hamilton 


James Eisenbraun 


Wendy S Felger 


Lawrence Frees 


Kathy R. Gibson 


Cathy A. Greenwood 


Mildred M. Hamm 


W. B. Eisenhuth 


Michael Felix 


Richard E. Freeze 


Thelma Gibson 


K. L. & Sara Greenwood 


JeanetteW. Hammer 


Carol Eklund 


Michael W. Felz 


David M. French 


Alwin R. Giegler 


J. Corbly & Vivian Gregg 


Jeffrey D. Hammer 


Andrew & Paula Elam 


Carole Fennig 


Eugene H French 


William Giesman 


Joseph P. Gribbon 


Pat Hampson 


CoraM Eldridge 


Roberta Fennig 


MaryE Frey 


Duane Gilford 


Les & Bonnie Grimes 


Thomas J. Hampton 


Herschel & Ruth Etl 


MarleneA. Fenstermacher 


Nancy Frey 


Carmen Gilbert 


Theodore R Groholske 


Lamoin Hand 


B. William Ellenberger, III 


Charles & Ruthann Fenstermaker 


Teresa M. Frey 


Michael Gilbert 


William Grommes 


Robert A. Handley 


Jerry & Sue El lenwood 


Dean C. Ferguson 


Ralph D. Fnebel 


Stella M Gilbreath 


Marvin & Sue Grooms 


Dennis Handy 


AlvanL. Eller 


Joyce Ferguson 


T, Cartter Frierson 


Jan T.Gillespie 


James & Catherine Gross 


Harold Hankins 


Nancy R.Elliot 


Caroline Ferrari 


Marcia Fritzsche 


Arnold Gillesse 


Jerry Gross 


Mary K. Hankins 


Denver & Eleanor Elliott 


Philips Shirley Ferraro 


Robert J. Frostrom 


Nancy L Gilman 


WilburS. Gross 


Robert & Shelly Hankla 


Dorothy J Elliott 


Mary Ferris 


Michael Fruth 


Sandra Gilmore 


Frank & Bea Grolenhuis 


Doris Hansen 


Edward & Virginia Elliott 


Libby Fervida 


Grace M. Fry 


Paul R. Gilson 


LeonaC. Grove 


Louis & Audrey Hansen 


Gary & Cathy Elliott 


John A. Festa 


Glenn M. Frye 


Mark E. Gilzean 


Marjorie Grove 


Pal Hansen 


James Elliott 


Fred Feyen 


Linda K. Frykholm 


Barry A. Gin 


William & Kapatha Groves 


James R. Haralson 


Nolan S. Elliott 


Mary A. Feyen 


Randy J Fudge 


Bruce & June Gin 


John M Grubmuller 


Philip & Constance Hardacre 


David & Suzanne Ellis 


Phyllis Feyen 


Donald & Ellen Fulk 


ClarieseT Gin 


JayneS. Grumbling 


Lillian C Harden 


Gary Ellis 


Ruth M. Fincannon 


Carolyn S. Fullen 


Margaret Y Gin 


Cordia Grunewald 


Philips Irene Harden 


John & Bernita Ellis 


Wayne & Marilyn Fine 


Tommy & Kathryn Fuller 


Michael F. Gin 


Barbara Gruwell 


L. Jan Hardesty 


Kim M. Ellis 


Richard R. Fmkenbine 


Lawrence L. Fullerton 


Philip M. Gin 


Lorraine F Guenther 


Gladys G. Harkness 


Mary L. Ellis 


R, Kevin Finn 


Charles Fullhart 


Valerie J. Gin 


Fred D Guffey 


Dorothy M. Harmon 


Timothy P. Ellis 


David K. Firm 


Roberta D. Fulton 


Rosemary S. Gingery 


AmyJoGuillaume 


Lois M. Harmon 


Thomas J. Elston 


Nancy K. Fischer 


John H. Furbay 


JudilhLGinn 


Melvin Guillaume 


Shirley E Harms 


Annette E. Emerson 


Shirley Fischer 


Harold & Naomi Furness 


Debra L. Gipe 


Molly Guillaume 


Kennelh Harp 


Tom Emerson 


David Fish 


Charlotte Gabbard 


Walter & Bernice Gisel 


Richard W Gulick 


G. Thomas & Shirley Harper 


Cheryl A. Emery 


Elmina Fishback 


Wayne A. Gabel 


Kathleen E. Glander 


George & Georgeanna Guritz 


Noble Harper 


Cleve Emily 


Carol Fisher 


Ted & Jeanne Gabrielsen 


Harriet T.Glasgow 


Einora Guslafson 


Steven Harper 


Leigh Ann Emmons 


Henry Fisher 


Herbert & Kip Gaerte. Jr. 


Beulah L. Glass 


lone P. Gustrowsky 


Sue A. Harper 


Joan Emshwiller 


Marvin Fitzgerald 


Rosalind A. Gaflney 


Evelyn G. Glasson 


Sarah J Guthrie 


James Harrah 


Donald H Endean 


Kathleen S Flanary 


Scott Gaier 


David & Karyn Glenn 


Sue Haakonsen 


James A. Harreld 


Catherine Endersby 


Clark & Margaret Fleming 


Charles J. Galatro 


James L. Glenn 


Dorthy L. Haas 


Bill & Sue Harris 


Carole Jolene Endicott 


Edward N. Fleming 


Frank A. Galica 


Paul H Glick 


Mary Jean Haas 


Molly E. Harris 


Anna Eng 


Nancy M. Fleming 


Ruth Gallmeier 


Anne Goad 


Marlin Habecker 


Rebecca H. Harris 


Richard Eng 


Judith Flohr 


Edna Gano 


Barbara J. Goble 


Roy Habecker 


Thomas & Shirley Anne Harris 


Ruth L Engdahl 


Kenneth L. Flora 


Melvin P Garber 


Jane E. Godfrey 


Vicki Habecker 


AnnaT Harrison 


Stuart M. Ensinger 


Charles & Jacquelin Florian 


Stephen A. Garcia 


Russell Godfrey 


Douglas Habegger 


BillieJ Harrison 


Stephen Ensmenger 


Joel D. Flynn 


Charles D Gardner, Jr. 


Leonard & Gloria Goeglein 


Sami Hadaya 


Pam Harrison 


Larry & Andrea Enyeart 


Shirley Fong 


Roberta Nellie Gardner 


R. Larry & Carol Goeglein 


Anita M Haddix 


Frank Hart 


Richard Erb 


Willard Foote 


James Garrard 


Walter Marltese Goehring, II 


Ralph Hadley 


Jamie T.Hart 


Eleanor Erdman 


Judy Foraker 


DwightG.Garretson 


Alice M. Golf 


Edith Haehl 


Joseph & Margaret Hart. Jr 


Brent A. Erickson 


Karen Forbes 


Bertha Garrett 


Gene E. Gofl 


Charles Hahn 


Laura 0. Hart 


Harvey & Janet Erickson 


Margaret A. Ford 


Dwighl Garrett 


Earl & Barbara Goldsmith 


Marvin & Eleanor Hahn 


Terry S. Hart 


Joel Erickson 


Karon K. Forkus 


Patricia L. Garrett 


C Ross Good 


Teresa S. Hailley 


V. Jane Hart 


Patricia Erickson 


Joan Forman 


Mary Garringer 


Mildred C. Good 


Betty A, Haimbaugh 


Edith F. Harte 



In the words of one of her many students, Miss Olson 
"exhibited an outstanding personality. She was de- 
manding of her students, methodical in her teaching 
style, compassionate and inspiring at the same time." 
Although she never earned a doctorate degree, college 
presidents sought her advice and students looked up to 
her as an esteemed friend and counsellor. 



Renaming the former East Hall in her honor was not 
an effort to commemorate Grace Olson solely for her 24 
years of service, but to celebrate who she was and all 
that she embodied. Miss Grace Olson exemplified the 
academic and spiritual qualities of Taylor University for 
the hundreds of students, alumni and colleagues in 
whom her ideals live still. 









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Richard K. Harte 
Lowell & Dorella Harler 


Glen Heavilin 
Elaine L Heavner 




Janet ^L HYl C K r F r F ( P /J Peler M a fk 
Hershberger XV~ \J-'- i -' - 1 - ^// Holfman 


Bertha M. Huber 
Clarence Hudson 




Peler K. Harler 


Roy A. Hebb 




Mary Jane ^C^~ 


-~~ ^\ — Vera Hoffman 


Esther A. Huebner 




Esther Hartman 


Merrila R Hebble 


Hershey 


~- Willard Hoflman 


Mary Jane Huebner 


'-.-. -.:--::- 


Joseph & Cynthia Hartman 


.^r^PsSsa*^ Kenneth & Sandra Heckler 


Guenlher & Mrs Herzog 


Ray E. Hoffmann 


Norman T. Huff 


Folke H. Johnson 


LaVonne Harlman 


.■•;''? ^^"*&4~\ '-in ■ l Hellcllmger 


Laurie M. Hester 


Jana Lee Hofinga 


Sarah Lynn Huffman 


George & Sue Johnson 


Marvin Hartman / 


/< jBbDxX Wi|ma p Heit) y 


Maudie Hess 


Earl&WilmaHofsletter 


Marguerite Hufford 


Gloria Johnson 


Steve Harlman / < 


* >^fl(^[\\ Frank & Georgette 


Robert Hess 


David R. Hogue 


Gordon Huge 


Hotly Johnson 


Harold & Rachel / A 


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David Heth 


Steven R Holaday 


Bud & Gloria Hughes 


Jane Johnson 


Hartzler / M 


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vlichael W Hein 


Susan Heth 


Keith Holdeman 


Charles E. Hughes 


Jeff Johnson 


Dolores Harvey / ^| 


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Palricia A. 


Ned Heydlaull 


Barry Holden 


David A. Hughes 


'—- ; ::i-.:--ir 


Allen Haslup / ^H 


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Heinaman 


Joel Hibbs 


Gregory Holden 


Johnny H Hughes. II 


P.W. Johnson. Jr 


Benny / / 


Allen & Mary 


Mary 0. Hickey 


Phyllis J Holden 


Masako Huibregtse 


Paul & Marilyn Johnson 


Hasslurrjer / j^H 


Heindel 


Lee R Hiegel 


Jeanine 1. Hoideread 


Richard & Laurel Hull 


Reba E. Johnson 


Darwin 1 ^H 




Lucile 


Joseph Higginbolham 


Jessie Hollingsworth 


William & Phyllis Humble 


Richard L Johnson 


Hastings BH 




Heindricks 


Ronald & Barbara Higgins 


Ruth Anne Hollis 


Clinton & Dora Hummel 


S. Robert Johnson 


Elsie M. 




Cindy J. 


Robert Higgs 


Roy & Mary Hollopeter 


Max & Doris Hunt 


Steven P Johnson 


Hatcher 1 ^H 




Heiniger 


Robert Highley 


Mafjorie M Holloway 


Helen M. Hunter 


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Tom & 1 ^H 




Frieda 


John C Highl 


Berlil K Holm 


Linda Huntington 


Waller D. Johnson 


Mazetla \ ^H 




Heinrichs 


Thomas Jay Highl 


Lela E Holm 


Charles B. Hurst 


Wayne & Connie Johnson 


Hatcher \ ^H 




Vernon L. 


Kent R. Hildebrand 


Paul Holm 


Edward P Hurst 


William Johnson 


Gloria Hatlield \ V| 




Heinrichs 


Alan & Edith Hildebrandl 


Michael Holman 


Jamie Ann Hussey 


Nancy L Johnston 


John G Hauck \ V ^ 




John Hellwarlh 


Joy L. Hildrelh 


Roselle E Holman 


Stewart Husted 


Arthur R, Jones 


F, G & Mrs. \ \ 


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VelliaB 


Betty Hill 


Anne E. Holmes 


Vickie Huston 


Bruce W. Jones 


Haughl \ ^ 




Heimlich 


Gary Hill 


Kimilee A, Holmes 


Theodore M. Hutchenson, III 


Elizabeth A. Jones 


DaleS Elaine \ 


V '' r $$^^p / Marilynn Helms 


Paul & Helen Hill 


Stephen R. Holmes 


Dale Hutson 


Erva Atkins Jones 


Hauperl \ 


^^BH MET^/ Jeffrey Helton 


Robin Hill 


Zoe Ann Holmes 


Alda W. Hymes 


Harold A. Jones 


Thomas E. Haupert 


^X^afcSK^^ Hazel M. Helyer 


Timothy Hillier 


Michael S Holowell 


Karen L. Ihlenfeldl 


Howard E. Jones 


Terry D. «*^— — 




Louis C. 


Linda E Hilligoss 


David Arthur Holsinger 


Dorothy Imler 


Phillip Jones 


Haven ^* 




Henderson, 


Polly Hillibran 


Barbara B. Holl 


F.;: —S-. •:' 


Jean A. Jones 


Kay Ann f tyftr. "^SS^' £^ 


l Jr. 


George Hilly 


Jamie S. Hollje 


Anita R. Ingold 


Josephine Jones 


Hawk \S. ^^-^t- 


ltefe|?f '39 


\ Charlotte 


Mary Eva Hilly 


Henry B Holtuis 


Darlene S. Inwood 


Leora S. Jones 


Russell E. Nfcjjgm. 


W M Hen- 


Patricia Himelick 


Dieter & Helen Holz 


Rhoda T. losso 


Mary Jones 


Hawk ^^ 


ir drickson 


Dorothy D Himler 


Gilbert S Nancy Holz 


Florence A. Irey 


'.: r j '.;• . .:■" 


Helen H. Hawkes 






Jerry W. Hines 


Hermann & Helga Holz 


Maria J. Irving 


R. F. Jones 


Tom Hawkins 


Lina Henning 




Suzanne B. Hinkle 


Kalhe Holz 


John B. Isett 


Robert S. Jones 


Lawrence Hawley 


Robert W Henry, Jr. 




Paul & Barbara Hirschy 


DorthaM. Homer 


Shirley A. Iverson 


Rosatee M. Jones 


James H. Hawthorne 


Virgil Henschen 




Myron & Sylver Hitchens 


Joyce M. Homes 


Bill Jackson 


Trent A. Jones 


James Robert Hawthorne 


David C. Hensel 




Stephanie Hite 


Bruce Hooper 


Carol L. Jackson 


William F Jones 


Charles Hayden 


W. Breck Hensley 




Richard C Hifzeman 


Charles E. Hoover 


Charles & Elma Jackson 


Carl & Lois Jordan 


Duane M Hayes 


Jack R. Henson 




Frank Hoag 


Esther Hoover 


Fern Jackson 


Linda R. Jordan 


Edna Hayes 


William & Byrdena Hepker 


MaryF Hobbs 


Lori Hopkins 


Frances L. Jackson 


Paul & Janel Jorden 


Kenneth M. Hayes 


Russell & Ardala Hepler 


Fred & Teresa Hochsleller 


Rex Hopper 


Janel M. Jackson 


Martha C Joseph 


Lyle & Shirley Hayes 


Norma Jean Herbert 




John Hodey 


Constance Hoppes 


Lottie F. Jackson 


John Jouslra 


Pamela L. Hayes 


Benjamin J. Herr 




Susan E. Hodge 


Robert D. Hoppes 


Margaret Jackson 


Mary E- Judson 


Robert & Opal Hayes 


Lawrence D. Herr 




F R. 8, Helen Hodges 


Wavelene Hoppes 


W. M. Jackson 


Harold G. Juillard 


Dorolhea Headings 


Michael Herrington 




Mary K. Hodson 


Jahn M. Horgen 


James Jacob, Jr. 


Jessie M. Junkin 


Janet D. Headland 


Irene H. Herron 




Carol Hoel 


Dorothy Horine 


Kenan & Joyce Jacob! 


LilaJustinger 


Elsie Heath 


Ruth E. Herron 




Leland & Diane Holler 


Jerry E Home 


Loris D. Jacobs 


Donald & Alice Kach 


Lewis & Dora Healwole 


Donna J. Hershberger 




Kenneth Hodman 


Keith Homelier 
Sharon K. Homey 
Mary Horning 
Dan D Horridge 


Peter E- Jacobs 
James T. Jacobsen 
Carol Jaderholm 
C. R. S Regina Jaggers. Jr 


Gladys Kahler 
Bruce EKalb 
John R. Kaloupek 
William P Kaminski 


















Taylor University giving totals for 1989-90 


Philip E Horsl 

D. B Horton 

Juriel Douglas & Peggie Horton 


Verna Jaggers 
Theodore & Kalhryn Jahn 
Forrest James 


G. Che! & Sherrill Kammerer 
Larry Kammerer 
Laura Kammerer 






Capital 


Robert Horton 


Joy Anna James 


Mary E ■ 










LeonaY Hosteller 


Morton C. James 


Eugene & Nellie Kandel 




Taylor Fund 


& other 


Rachel M, Hotmire 


Judilh A. Janes 


George Kapottos 




unrestricted 


restricted 


Kendall L Hollell 
Roger Houk 


Douglas Jarrett 
David RJarvi 


Willis Karpes 
Harold & Mary Karls 


Source 


gifts 


gifts Total gifts 


Becky House 
Carolyn R Houser 


Ron Jarvi 
Mary S. Jay 


R Lee Karns 
James Karrasch 


Alumni 


427,220 


219,833 647.053 


David T. Houser 


James D Jellison 


Irene P Kasambira 










Brian & Grace Howard 


Marilyn M Jenkins 


Irene M. Kashner 


Parents 


45,810 


32,609 78,419 


Herbert Howard 


Louis & Mrs. Jenkinson 


Peggy Kastelem 


Friends 


181,088 


234,006 415,094 


Joyce M Howard 
Kenneth Howard 


Russell & Rulh Jensen 
Thomas P. Jensen 


Betty May Katausky 
Carran Kallmann 


Employees 


43,239 


46,394 89,633 


Kenneth Howard 
Lester Howard 


Linda S. Jerele 
Dwight & Karin Jessup 


Glenn & Gloria Kaufmann 
NitanjanN Kaul 


Business/Indust 


ry 115,831 


102,097 217.928 


Marvin Howard 


Margaret P Jessup 


Margaret Kavelaar 








Paul Howard 


Ruth Bennett Jewell 


Dianne Kay 


Private foundat 


ons 4.300 


281,434 285,734 


Sandra L Howard 


Marian C Jewel! 


T E & Joann Keating. Jr. 


Trustees 


157,500 


108,345 265,845 


Phyllis Howell 
Rosemary Howell 


James H Jipping 
Eleanor Job 


Lynn Keenan 
Timothy Keenen 


Trustees Emerit 


i 45,463 


7,462 52.925 


Bruce B Howes 


Marilyn A. Jobe 


Kent S Barbara Keener 










David D Hoy 


Rulh E Jobes 


Steven W. Keesling 


Churches 


11,790 


155,390 


Linda A. Hoy 


D. Delbert & Violet Johannes 


Max Kehoe 


Assoc. Colleges' 


of IN 86,103 




86,103 


Norman Hoyl 
James M. Hresko 


Mildred M Johannides 
Sandra M Johansen 


Clifford Keizer 
Robert H. Kelch 


William Taylor 


Foundation — 


85,008 85,008 


Chandra L Hroncheck 
Ethel Hruby 


Garry L. Johns 
John J Johns 


Jacob Ken 
Cathnne Keller 


Total 








Richard L. Hruby 
Nan Hubbard 
Gloria Jean Hubble 


Karen D Johns 
Agatha L Johnson 
Betty W Johnson 


Charles & Carol Keller 

Grace Keller 

Joseph & Guycelle Keller 


1,118,344 


1,272,578 2,390,922 



If it is true that many institutions are the lengthened 
shadows of great men, then the shadow of Taylor Uni- 
versity in the 1990s must bear a striking resemblance to 
the silhouette of Dr. Milo Rediger. 

Over the course of nearly 40 years, Dr. Rediger 
served the institution as professor, dean, chancellor, and 
president. Of greatest significance, however, was his 



role as visionary leader. As president from 1965-75 and 
again from 1979-81, Dr. Rediger articulated a vision for 
the university and led the school toward its realization. 
He emphasized a dual commitment to the Lordship of 
Jesus Christ and to the pursuit of academic excellence, 
distinctions for which the university today receives 
widespread national recognition. 



Kenneth D. Keller 

John R Kelley 

Fyrn Kellough 

Marvin Kelly 

Porter & Wilma Kelly 

Joseph Kellner 

Ann E. Kelver 

Gloria J Kemp 

Norlene Kemp 

Phyllis J. Kemp 

JeannelteA. Kenline 

Kennelh Kennedy 

Kirk R. Kennedy 

Lisa A. Kennedy 

Marcia M. Kennedy 

Carol Kenl 

Kristin E. Keplar 

Harlan T.Kerlin 

Robert & Patricia Kern 

Linda C. Kerns 

Charles Scott Kerr 

Gladys Kelcham 

Joyce L. Ketterling 

Thomas Kever 

Sharon M. Key 

Terry Key 

Peggy J. Kezar 

Herbert & Shirley Khaloul 

Becky J Kibbey 

Shotaro Kiguchi 

Jeanne Kilbourne 

Michael & Ruth Ann Killoren 

Gregory A. Kimbrell 

James R Kimbfiel 

Donna Kind 

Ruth Kind 

Charles D. King 

Clarke D King 

Dorothy Louise King 

Gary & Sandy King 

Gene King 

Julie M. King 

MarleneP. King 

Mildred King 

Rick E. King 

Sherman King 

Elizabeth L. Kiningham 

Neil L. Kinsey 

Martin E. Kintner 

Kenneth Kinzer 

Anlhony L. Kirgis 

Will E. Kirkendall 

Annie E. Kitchin 

R. Date & Annabell Kitley 

Helen Kilson 

Alberto. Klein 

Betty Klemz 

Margaret Jo Klenk 

Connie Klepper 

Arthur J. Kleppinger 

Douglas R.Kline 

Gilberts Miriam Kline 

Laura A. Kline 

Nola R. Kline 

MaryKlingel 

Woodrow Klinger 

Margaret M.KIohck 

Calvin & Marilyn Klopfenstein 

Cheryl Klopfenstein 

Mary Klopfenstein 

Susan Klopfenstein 

James Klosterman 

James & Nancy Klyne 

Robert & Claire Knapp 

Ruth C. Knapp 

Richard & Irene Knarr 

Deborah Knauss 

Grace L. Kneibler 

Robert Knell 

LoritaJ. Kniesly 

James Knoblock 

Larry Knott 

Beverly J. Knowles 

Gary Knox 

Thomas & Shirley Knox 



Gail A. Knudsen 
Judith Knudsen 
Forrest & Doris Knueppel 
Marilyn K.Knull 
Marilyn A. Knuth 
James & Lydia Knutson 
Andrew A. Koch 
Christian W. Kocher 
Sarah M. Koehler 
Dale Koelmel 
Kathleen Koenig 
Karen K. Koerten 
James & Lydia Kohlmeyer 
Keith Kohout 

George & Philomena Kojis 
Eva J. Konrath 
Robert & Anita Kooyenga 
Verne & Miriam Koppin 
Bruce Korenslra 
Allen & Lois Korfmacher 
Nancy A. Kornacki 
Edmund Kornfeld 
Milton Korpi 
Timothy Kostarolf 
Carol J. Kraft 
Grace F. Kralt 
Thomas Kraft 
Jack Kraklan 
Warren Kramer 
Wayne Kranz 
Carolyn Kratzer 
Thomas Kratzer 
Ronald Krebs 
Suzanne Kregel 
Patricia Kregler 
Judy K. Kreider 
Patricia L. Kreider 
Ruby E. Kreisher 
Lawrence Kreps 
Donald W. Kress 
Carol Kneger 
Anna Krikke 

Steve & Loretta Kroehler 
Harold J. Kroeker 
Velma E. Kroeker 
Ludwig Kroger 
Roberta Kroll 
Ann Krueger 
Arland R. Krueger 
Gordon & Ruth Krueger 
Marjorie Kruschwitz 
Virginia Kruschwitz 
Kennelh & Barbara Kube 
Louis B. Kubler 
Robert & DoreenKuhlow 
Carol A. Kuhn 
Alfred E. Kuhnle 
John & Joyce Kuiper 
Steve Kumfer 
Robert A. Kunau 
Keith & Cindy Kunda 
David Kuneli 
Ellen L.Kunkle 
JohnM.Kunkle 
Delbert Kurtz 
Fred & Peggy Kurtz 
Richard Kwasl 
Maurice Kyllo 
Gordon Kytta 
Karl & Diane Kytta 
Rodney B. La Grange 
Florence LaDuke 
Adam & Mildred LaRose 
Mildred Lacour 
James & Ruth Ladd 
William& Joan Ladd 
Vivian Laffin 
Laura Laffoon 
Stanley J. Lahoda 
David G. Lalka 
Ngai V. Lam 
Kathy R, Lamberts 
Carey D. Landis 
Lynn A. Landis 
Sharon M. Landis 



Landon 
Kornella 

Landrud 
Laura M. Lane 
Gary Langenwalter 
Linda J. Langston 
Henrietta Lanman 
Mildred E. Lanz 
Alvin Lapp 
Fred & Edna Laprad 
Harold & Lue Ellen Larew 
Dawn Larsen 
Ellen Larsen 
Larry L. Larsen 
Mary Kay Larson 
BerniceA. Lash 
Darlene M. Lash 
Richard & Marilyn Lauber 
Robert & Iris Laukhuf 
Jeff A. Lavender 
Gail Law 
Sybil Law 

Catherine M. LeMasters 
Nancy L. Leach 
Joan Leaman 
Effie E. Leatherman 
Jane Lechlitner 
Velma Lechlitner 
Clyde Edward & Kay Lee 
Constance E. Lee 
Dawn L. Lee 
Herbert & Jennie Lee 
Julie Lee 
Lynn M. Lee 
Mildred Lee 
Mildred K.Lee 
Naomi Lee 
Emily Leeds 
William T.Leeds 
Vernon E. Lefevre 
Pauline M. Lehman 
George & Athalie Leichnetz 
Virginia Leichty 
Gladys Leinbach 
Charlotte Leisman 
Bonnie Lembrighl 
Thomas W. Lentz 
Carol S. Leonard 
Donald Leonard 
Elizabeth A. Leonard 
Treva S. Leonard 
Jane L. Leong 
Thomas Lesh 
Linda Lester 
Nancy J. Leventry 
Arthur B. Levy 
William Lewelling 
Gordon Lewin 
Brian A. Lewis 
David Lewis 
Jerry M. Lewis 
Joyce L Lewis 
Lowell & Linda Lewis 
Marlys M. Lewis 
Stanley R. 

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Lichlenberger 
Terence & Janet Liddy 
Carolyn R. Liechty 
Clarice M. Liechty 
Floyd Liechty 
Arnold & Marea Likeness 
Kathleen Marea Likeness 
David G.H.Lin 
Gary Lindau 

Marvin & Marilyn Lindbloom 
Arthur & Gladys Lindell 
John Lindgren 
Patricia A. Lindley 
Carroll & DonnaMae Lindman 
Lareau Lindquist 
Paul & Lois Linlield 
HantordH Linhardt 
Kathy A Link 
Vangie Linn 
Grace L Linnemeier 
Carol Lis 

Huyler & Kafhryn Lisk 
Paul & Mrs. Lister 
Eiieen Little 
Wilbur! & Violet Littrell 
Marian C. Livingood 
Linda Livingston 
Don Lixey 

H. Dale & Donna Lloyd 
Kathleen Lloyd 
Edna Ewing Locker 
Lisa Loe 

Alberta G. Loeffler 
Walter Loehr 
Ruth Loesche 
Benjamin Peter Loewen 
Catherine Loewen 
Margaret P. Londal 
Elizabeth Lonergan 
Bruce & Diane Long 
Charles Long 
George W. Long 
Robert G. Long 
Stanleys Donna Long 
Mary Lou Lonie 
Alan Loomis 
G Vernon Lord 
John & Ida Lorence 
Walter Lorenlsen 
Christian J. Losch 
Nancy S Losure 
Charlotte L. Lovegrove 
Paul & Marjorie Lovelace 
Randy Lowe 

Richard & Katherine Lowe 
Richard G. Lowe 
D. Scott & Robin Lowery 
Kimila A. Lowry 
Norma Jean Lowry 
Harry & Anne Lubansky 



William Lubbers 

Betty Jo Lucas 

Albert L. Luce, Jr. 

Clark D. Luce 

Luana K. Luckhard 

Wendy Ludwick 

Lois Ludwig 

Richard & Charlene Lugar 

Charles & Shirley Lugbill 

Sandra Lugbill 

Abigail D. Luginbill 

Ruth Luginbill 

J. W. Lund 

August & Sharon Lundquist 

Al Luttinen 

Barbara B. Lutz 

Cynthia J. Luxton 

Diane K. Lybarger 

Wayne K. Lynch 

William 0. Lynch 

0. Stanley Lyons 

Larry H Lytle 

Richard & Linda MacCarthy 

Jon MacKinney 

Carolyn R. MacPherson 

John & Dorotha Mack 

Ann Mackenzie 

Harold B. Mackenzie 

Harvey Mackie 

HughO. Maclellan 

John & Jane Maddox 

Mary Ellen Magee 

Gregory & Nancy Maharg 

Marcia R. Mahler 

Michael N. Mahoney 

Thomas 8. Jeanelte Mahoney 

Marie Mahood 

Steven & Gloria Mahr 

Jean P Maier 

Marc Mailleter 

Stephen & Diane Main 

Frances F. Mains 

EugeneS Judy Maki 

James G. Maley 

John D. Malin 

Margaret C- Mai letle 

Kathleen C. Mai lory 

Robin S. Malone 

Rose Mancini 

SilviaS. Mancini 

Michael G. Manganello 

Donna Mann 

Josiah & Jane Mann 

Leonard T Mann 

Dennis Manning 

Emma Manning 

Benjamin Mannix 

Robert M. Manor 

Greg E. Manship 

William Mantha 

Barbara J. Manuel 

Linda B.Marant 

James Marcuccilli 

Thomas & Joan 
Marcuccill 




Barry S Marcus 

AldaM. Marden 

Sharon L. Maricle 

William Marino 

Louise Marling 

Connie Marlow 

Robert Marquart 

RoseT Mart 

Charles W. Marriott 

Connie S. Marsh 

Vivian Marsh 

David & Nancy Marshall 

Ernest V. Marshall 

Gladys V.Marshall 

Lois Marshall 

August J. Martin 

Donna Martin 

James E. Martin, Sr. 

Pamela L. Martin 

Paul & Lori Martin 

Robert & Sandra Martin 

Sherry S. Martin 

Sleven R. Marlin 

Thomas Martin 

Vurla Martin 

James Marvin 

CeliaMarxer 

Gilbert E. Mascher 

Kathleen A. Masloob 

Adene E. Mason 

Barry Mason 

Eljorie M. Mason 

Gary M. Mason 

Sherman Massie 

Robert J. Massongill 

Deborah S Massol 

Lee & Arlene Mast 

MarilynS. Masl 

Nancy M. Masl 

Diane Maslin 

Gary E. Mastin 

David & Mary Malarazzo 

Les E. Mathers 

Elizabeth Mathews 

Norman & Doris Mathews 

Charlene R. Mathias 

David L. Mathias 

Si Mathison 

Rick Matsumoto 

Steven D. Matthews 

William Matthews 

Ella R.Matthias 

Gerald W. Mattocks, Jr. 

Janet Mattocks 

Sarah M. Mattocks 

Eslella U. Maurer 

Roy V Maxson 

Deborah Maxwell 

Roberta Maxwell 

William & Stella May 

Donna M Maybray 

Michael G Mayes 

T. Dixon Mayes 

Turner K. Mayfield 

Lauris H. Mays 

William D McAlexander 

Rila M. McCabe 

Dan McClaflin 
Robert McClelland 
Dorothy L. McConnell 
Edward L. McConnell 

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Linda B. McCoy 
John Wilson & 
Marilyn McCracken 
William J. McCrary 
Hazel McCray 
Mary McCreary 
Gene & Jane 

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McCullough 
Mildred J 

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Mary N. McCune 



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Even the physical campus reflects 
Dr. Rediger's vision for Taylor. As 
president, he instituted a building program 
unparalleled in the university's history. In less 
than a decade, ten major structures were built. 

Dr. Rediger was a gifted teacher, counselor and 
administrator; a leader who left his mark on Taylor and 



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solidified 
her strong 
reputation for 
excellence in Christian 
liberal arts education. He be- 
lieved that Taylor was rooted and grounded in God's 
purpose; his life of service reflects that strong surety. 



Carol L McDaniel 

Joseph & Joan McDearmon 

Charles D. McDonald 

Julie B. McDougal 

John & Ola McDougall 

Argel McDowell 

William & Ruth McDowell 

Crystal E. McFarland 

Joanne McFarland 

John & Naomi McFarland 

Robert D. McFarland 

Mary Lou McFarren 

Agnes L McGartland 

W. Thomas McGinley 

Jack McGlasson 

Charles S. McGowan 

Vincent McGrady 

C. David & Mrs. McKay 

William & Linda McKean 

Ella R. McKee 

Glenn & Martha McKendrick 

Ruth H. McKeown 

C.W. McKinney 

Max 0. McKilrick 

Maynard & Theressa McLarren 

Donna McLeod 

Arthur McMahon 

William R.McMillin 

Gene J. McMuriry 

Marcia McMamara 

Andrew M. McNeil 

Ronald S. McNeill 

Barbaras. McPhail 

Margie B. McPherson 

Jerry McQueary 

Hansel McQuinn 

Cynthia Meade 

Charles & Margaret Mealy 

Gary D. Medalis 

Carl Medearis 

Calvin & Bernice Meekhol 

Sallie Meier 

R. James Meikle 

Raymond 0. Meinerl 

Margaret Meissner 

Paul & Evelyn Mendenhall 

Susan Mendenhall 

Clarence Menghini 

Neil J. Mercer 

Ruth Ann Mercer 

Jacqueline Lea Mercier 

Jane Meredith 

Phillip Meredith 

William & Juantta Meredith 

Janet E Merrilield 

David Merrill 

Miriam M. Merz 

Sue Merz 

Coburn Metcall 

Ken & Barbara Mettler 

Joe C. Metzger 

Gary & Jeri Metzig 

Debbie S. Metzker 

Fannie Metzker 

J Robert Metzker 

Frances L. Metzler 

Marvin Metzler 

Clare S. Meyer 

Harold & Elizabeth Meyer 

Mary D. Meyer 

Theodore J. Meyer 

Vance & Mary Meyer 

James Meyerholtz 

Ken Meyers 

BonitaC. Michalec 

Betty Michel 

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Deborah F. 

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Bernard & Doris 

Mihara 
Daniel G Mikesell 
Mary Mikkelson 
V.E. Mikkelson 



Allen & Jane Milburn 
Michael R. Miles 
Joe & Barbara Miley 
Sherryn Miley 
Thomas B. Milgale 
Gloria Milhous 
Albert & Emily Miller 
Alice Miller 
AnnaM. Miller 
Bruce Miller 
Calvin H Miller 
Carl E. Miller 
Carl G.Miller, Jr. 
Cheryl L Miller 
Deborah Miller 
Delmer J. Miller 
Dorothy Miller 
Ellen G.Miller 
Elmer D.Miller 
Fannie Miller 
Gerald A. Miller 
Glenn Miller 
Harold E.Miller 
Herberts Jane Miller 
Jo Ellen Miller 
Josephine E. Miller 
Kathleen H. Miller 
Kris Miller 
Linda R.Miller 
LoisM. Miller 
Margaret A. Miller 
MarleneT. Miller 
Mike & Debra Miller 
Paul & Betty Miller 
Paul E. Miller 
Sarah E.Miller 
Stephen Miller 
Zola Mae Miller 
Scot D. Millhouse 
Karen Millikan 
Sam Milliner 
Jennifer Mills 
Gretchen M. Milner 
JeannettaF.Miree 
Paul Miserlian 
James & Shirley Mishler 
Donald& Lois Mitchell 
Val Mitchell 

Vernon & LaVerne Mitmoen 
Harold A. Mitts 
Jamesl.Mobley 
Russ Moe 
Laura Moehring 
Carl & Judith Moellering 
James S. Moltatl 
Lillian F. Mohler 
Michelle M. Mohler 
Ernest & Barbara Moir 
Robert Molenhouse 
Jim Molinari 
Beth Molzahn 

Douglas & Merrie Monkemeier 
Byron & Evelyn Moore 
Clyde & Sharon Moore 
Edward H. 
Moore 



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Moore 
Jeffrey & Angela 

Moore 
John L. Moore 
Tom B. Moore 
Carol L. Morehead 
Kenneth L. Morey 
Allen & Beverly Morgan 
Jack& Jacquetyn Morgan 
Sally Morgan 
D. A. Morley 
Stephen & Cathy Morley 
Alex & Suzanne Morphonios 
Eugene R. Morris 
Glenn Morris 
James & Carol Morris 
Lisa G. Morris 
Margaret B. Morrison 
Jean Morse 
Harold L. Mortensen 
Novitas & Ruth Moser 
Kenneth & Monreve Moses 
Kathleen M. Mosher 
Jeffrey Allyn Mossburg 
Jerry A. Mossburg 
Sandra Motz 
Larry Moudy 
Robert Mourey 
William R-Mowles 
Leon H. Moyer 
M. Dale Moyer 
Louise R. Mueller 
Sandra L. Mueller 
Marie E. Muench 
CarlW. Muhlenbruch 
Helen C Muhlenbruch 
Mildred Muhling 
Phyllis J. Muhling 
Lambertus Mulder 
Ronald T. Mulder 
Cynthia M. Mullens 
H. Arthur Muller 
Julie D. Mullins 
Anna A. Mumma 
David R. Mumme 
Don Mundy 
Barbara M. Murphy 
Carey Murphy 
David G. Murphy 
Keven W. Murphy 
Patrick J, Murphy 
Robert & Jean Murphy 
George M. Murray 
Gloria Muselman 
Miriam A. Musser 
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Lionel Muthiah 
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Burton & Ruth Myers 
Curtis & Sue Myers 
Elvin & Betty Myers 



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Richard L. 
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Doris M. Nafziger 
E. Faye Nay 
Joseph Nay 
James N Needier 
Esther E. Neely 
Daniel W, Nell 
Danny L. Nefl 

John & Mary Kay Neidhamer 
Rhonda R. Neighbour 
Robert H. Neill 
Larry L. Neiswender 
Defores Nelson 
Donna M. Nelson 
Frances Jean Nelson 
Gary W.Nelson 
Gerald P Nelson 
Harlon Nelson 
Jane E. Nelson 
Kenneth & Pauline Nelson 
Nancy D. Nelson 
Paul Nelson 
Richard Nelson 
Robert D. Nelson 
Robert & Betty Nelson 
Samuel Nelson 
Susan F. Nelson 
David Nemore 
Cheryl A. Neu 
Wilbert Neuenschwander 
Bonnie I. Neuhouser 
Ruth E. Neuhouser 
Ann C. Neuweiler 
Eugenia W. Neville 
Julie A. Newberry 
Susan Newhouse 
Terry Newkirk 
Edythe Newltn 
Benjamin Veston Newsom 
Robert D. Newton 
Elizabeth U. Nicholls 
Harland C. Nicholls 
Barbara J. Nichols 
Lois E. Nichols 
Wayne E Nichols 
William Nichols 
Gary Nicholson 
Robert Todd Nicholson 
W. Jean Nichter 
Ted D. Nickel 
Daniel A Nickolaus 
Bonnie Nicodemus 
JanalyceK Nicodemus 
John & Gertrude Nidey 
Dawn E. Niederhauser 
Paula R. Niederhauser 
Joseph & Sharon Nies 
Margaret Niver 
Ted J. Nottsinger 
Susan M. Nofziger 
Janet L. Nordell 

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Lane & Terri Nordin 

Stanley Noreen 

Chariene Norris 

Gregory W.Norris 

LaVonne R. Norris 

Teri Norris 

Dale Norton 

Tim Norton 

Donna R Norwood 

Barbara J- Novak 

Sophie Z. Novak 

Susan L Novak 

Janice M. Nowling 

Kenyon & Catherine Nussbaum 

T. L. & Janet Nussbaum 

Thomas S. Nussbaum 

Violet Nussbaum 

Jane E. Nyberg 

Paul & Clarene Nyberg 

Jill A. Nye 

Louise Nygren 

John D. Nystrom 

Sarah A. O'Brien 

Elizabeth A. O'Connor 

James & Ruth O'Connor 

Nikki O'Dell 

Brian J. O'Hara 

Dean G. Oakes 

William& Margaret Oakley 

Terrance Oban 

Leah M. Oberholtzer 

George T. Oborn 

Dorrell & Marguerite Ochs 

Jimmie & Mrs. Ochs 

Michael & Connie Ochs 

Leonard C. Oechsle 

Ben & Doris Ogborn 

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Dale Ogden 

Helene N. Ogden 

Harry & Jean Oldenbusch 

Kurt Oliver 

Lee D- Oliver 

Sandra Oliver 

Parker E. Olney 

Eleanor Olsen 

Eleanor E. Olsen 

Milton Olsen 

Pamela Olsen 

Sally Olsen 

Antoinette Olson 

Pamela Olson 

Rodney J. Olson 

Ronald D Olson 

Timothy H. Olson 

John & Karen Onufrock 

Gail L. Onyett 

Ralph Onyett 

Russell & Linda Oosse 

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David L. Orris 

KatherineAnnOrth 

Tom & Nancy Osborne 

Ruby Mae Ostrander 

Henry F. Ostrom 

Karen K. Oswalt 

Evelyn Ottinger 

Duane Overbeek 

Everett & Ruth Overturt 

Mildred D. Owen 
Ruth Owen 
Clair & Doris Owens 
Clarence Owsley 
Herbert L. Oyer 
Uwe Pabst 
Frank C. Pagano 
Kenneth Pahmeier 
Susan Paist 
James R Palmer 



Bill J. Patterson 
Derrell Patterson 
Leon V. Patterson 
Lloyd Deborah Patterson 
Marcia L. Patterson 
Anita K. Pattison 
Dorothy R. Pattison 
John & Lois Pattison 
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Charles & Zelrra Payne 
Beth S. Pearson 
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William H.Peerman 
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Ervin & Alfrieda Penner 
David & Susan Pennington 
Bradford D. Peppte 
Layton L. Pergrem 
Wayne R. Perkins 
Marian Perregaux 
C. Paul & Suzanne Perry 
Emma Perry 

Malcolm & Beverly Perry 
Scott & Teresa Perry 
Donald J. Pershing 
Elizabeth J Persons 
Madonna Persons 
Marjorie Persons 
Kennelh & Verlene Peters 
Lowell & Geraldine Peters 
Stacey E. Peters 
Virgil Peters 
Debra Petersen 
Donald J. Petersen 
Marian Petersen 
Patricia Petersen 
A. Kenneth Peterson 
Brenda Peterson 
Donna L Peterson 
Dorothy C. Peterson 
Judy Peterson 
Len Peterson 
Margo Peterson 
William & Lenna Peterson 
Mary L. Petrie 
Frances Petro 
Dale Pettifor 

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Robert & Grace Pettifor 
Esther L. Petty 
Alice C. Ptnister 
Leroy H. Ptund 
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DeVon & Velma Phillips 
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Edward B Phillips 
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Kenneth H. Phillips 
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Rose A Phillips 
Marie Phinney 
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Mary Deann Pike 
Richard E. Pike 
Kenneth & Mrs Pile 
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At Taylor 
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what takes place 
within the residence 
hall is an important part of the 

total educational experience: here, life-long friendships 
germinate and develop; searching spiritual questions 



are put to peers; character traits are 
tested and refined in the crucible of 
community. For generations of Taylor 
students, Magee-Cambell- Wisconsin (MCW) 
provided those types of memories, experiences, and 
friendships. In time, however, the physical condition of 
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Irvine & Elizabeth Ross 


DarleneA. Schimmelplennig 


Gary & Karen Schroeder 


Thomas W Sepanski 




Melinda Potts 


Stephen & Lucia Resch 


Larry & Carolyn Ross 


Jeffrey F Schimmelplennig 


Alan Schroepfer 




LaVeta Sergeant 




Arthur & Eileen Poucher 


Tami Resch 


Roy W Ross 


Roberts. Schindler 


LaVaughn Schuckers 


Lon & Ruth Selser 




ClydeK.Powers.lt 


PaulJ Retel 


Charles HRossell 


Kurt Schippers 


Arthur & Ruth Schulert 


J Douglas Settle 




Evelyn Powers 


C. R. Reusser 


Brenda A. Rosser 


Maurice & Ida Schippers 


Anne Schultz 




M. A. Seltlemeyer 




George & Gloria Powers, Jr 


Janet R. Reuter 


Clara F. Roth 


Vera Schlamm 


Norma Schultz 




Joyce Seymour 




Eugene & Esther Pownall 


Leonard Reuter 


Donald & Maureen Roth 


Tony Schlechty 


Thomas Schultz 




Glor 


a Sezonov 




Anne E. Poy 


Roy B. Reynolds 


E David Roth 


Robert Schloemer 


William J. Schutlz 




Elsie C Shackley 




Sheila Poyser 


Lydia Reysen 


Larry & Janice Roth 


Jacob A. Schlosser 


Fred L Schumpert 




Elmer R. Shater 




C. Raymond Pratt 


Woo H. Rhee 


Marcel Roth 


Mark Schlupp 


Shirley Schuster 




James & Marietta Shafer 


Lenetta Pratt 


Sylvia Rhine 


Mary Ellen Rothrock 


Dan Schmeichel 


Julia Schwartz 




Dorothy J, Shatter 




Samuel & Mrs. Preissler 


Clyde & Gay Rhodes 


Georgia W- Roussin 


Loyal Schmidt 


Robert & Alma Schwartz 


Sandy Shatter 




Carol S. Price 


Reid & Deana Ribbie 


Covert & Winilred Routt 














John W. Price 
Kimberly L. Price 
Susan Price 


Mary Sidey Riblet 
Holly Rich 
Janice Rich 


Elizabeth Rose Routt 
Rochelle Lynn Row 
























Connie Rowan 














W. R. Price 


Leroy &Orma Rich 


Charles Rowe 














Willard C. Pritchard 


Margaret Rich 


Dorothy Rowe 




SI charge 


to keep: 








William & Laura Pritchett 


Jane Richards 


LurellE Rowell 










Joseph & Linda Procopio 


Karen Richardson 


Alice G. Rowley 


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Bernice T. Prussner 
Kenneth A. Prussner 


Karen E. Richardson 
Margaret 1 Richardson 


Carta H Roy 
Frank & Mary Roye 


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Richard & Charlotte Pucketl 
Beverly Pugh 


Mark Richer! 
Ada E. Richie 


Eleanor Z. Ruch 
Susan J. Rudolph 


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Harold Punlenney 


Jon Richmond 


Darcey Ruegsegger 












Martha Punlenney 


MaxR.Richler 


Donald & Shirley Ruegsegger 














Douglas & Susan Purdue 


David W. Rickard 


Henry & Ruth Ruenpohl 
















Irvine A Purdy 


Gale&EvadnaRickner. Jr. 


Marie Rulenacht 


800 - 














Margo Purdy 


Carl & Linda Ricks 


Phyllis E. Rupert 
















Greg Purnell 
Edwin J. Puroll 


Gene & Anne Riddell 
LeRoy & Joan Rieck 


Charlene Rupp 
Keith A Rupp 


Baylor fund 

{In thousands 










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James Pursley 


Richard Riel 


Neil E Rupp 














Gustave & Jeanette Quindt 


Don Rieldorf 


Orville & Frieda Rupp 














R. Brian & Patricia Quinn 


Tamara S. Rietdorf 


Ralph & June Rupp 


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Judy Racier 


David Riewald 


Verena E. Rupp 










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Lou Ann Rager 


Gregory & Palricia Ritner 


Wayne & Ruth Rupp 














Karen Raher 


Herman & Kathryn Riggs 


Wiltrude Rupp 


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Patricia L Rahn 


Edwin Riley 


Paul S. Rupprecht 


200- 














Edna Ramer 


Karen A. Riley 


Luann B. Rush 














Janet A. Ramer 


Mary Ann Riley 


Douglas Russell 


, 














Walter & Elsie Ramer 
Anthony & Bienvenida Ramirez 
Barbara J. Ramsay 


Richard K. Riley 
Rosemary Riley 
Marcia Ring 


James Russell 
Jeffreys. Russell 
Kenneth Russell 



























Sherry Ramsay 


Emily Ringenberg 


Mary W.Russell 




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The successor in spirit to MCW, built in 1975 and on 
the opposite side of the campus, is Mary Tower English 
Hall. The building is fittingly named in recognition of a 
woman whose commitment and generosity toward the 
university serve as a role model for the hundreds of 
Taylor coeds who embark upon the college experience 
from their abode in English Hall. 



Mrs. English's interest in Taylor was rooted in the 
early history of the university. Her husband, Dr. Calvin 
English, was one of the first graduates of the Taylor-af- 
filiated Fort Wayne Medical School in the 1890s. Mrs 
English expressed special, abiding interest and concern 
for Taylor students across several decades. Today, their 
college experiences evidence her philanthropic spirit. 











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Silas H. Shaffer 


Helen M. Slaven 




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Robert & Janet Teela 


Scott & Christine Turstey 




Mabel E. Shank 


Douglas W.SIiker 




Carol XSC 


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Mavis M. Tell 


Douglas & Annette Twetls 




Patricia Shank 


Lowell & Miriam Sloat 




Spencer ^^^- 


— -O^^ David Slowers 


Richard & Carolyn Tempest 


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Susan J. Shank 


Eugene Slocum 




Michelle L. Spencer 


Kenneth D Stowers 


Jane Ellen Tennant 


SBnG.Tyner 




Treva Shank 


^je*Fa55»v. Ka y H Slocum 


Henry Spenst 


June Strahl 


Dale Terjung 


Keith D. Ulery 




William A. Shankin, J 


/^pP^Sl^^X j Donnell & Jemima 


Katherina Spenst 


David Michael Strapp 


Edwin R. Terui 


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Allen Sharp 




Small 


Rudy Spenst 


Rachel J. Streblow 


Arnold & Lois Thaiacker 


R. Richard & Shirley Unangst 




Susan Sharp 


// H^.\ Sam R Smart!, Jr. 
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Virginia L. Spiegelhalder 


Jane Street 


Debra L. Thaiacker 


Diane Linger 




M. Carol Shaw 


Gregory Springer 


Geoff Slrehlow 


Terry R. Tharpe 


Isabel leUntenholz 




Rulh L Shaw 




Smelley 


Robert Springer 


George G. Slrem 


Bonnie J. Thetander 


Nathan Upton 




Shelba Jean / 


/ H^IlK \ 


Albert F. 


William & Carolyn Springer 


Ruth K. Strohschein 


Judith M Theune 


William & Ann Utley 




Shaw / 


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Smelser 


Mary A. Sprinkles 


Carolyn J. Strong 


Fred & Lois Thies 


Brenda K. Ulster 




Sue Shaw / 




Dale D. Smidt 


Clifton L. Sprunger 


Palma Strong 


Adele V. Thomas 


Ronald J. Uzubell 




Margaret T. / 




Howard W. 


Leroy Sprunger 


JoAnne K. Strope 


Elliot Thomas 


Iris M. Vaido 




Shaylor 




J J " m "^ ^\ \ 


Smidt 


Ornell Sprunger 


William R. Stroup 


Raymond & Betty Lou Thomas 


Ann Y. Valberg 




Sharon A. 






Susan L. 


Larry Spurting 


Leon Strunk 


Richard Thomas 


Neil Van DerKolk 




Shearer 






Smidt 


Edwin & Phyllis Sguiers 


MarkW.Stuckey 


Roberta Phyllis Thomas 


Robert Van Horn 




James & 




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Wesley Smidt 


Donna L. Stack 


Glen Stucky 


Robert M. Thomas 


Esther M. Van Lare 




Linda 1 


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Vicky Smit 


Evelyn G. Slack 


Lorraine M. Stucky 


Susan E. Thomas 


Richard & Molly Van Norman 




Sheetz \ 


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Ardis Smith 


Russell Stahly 


Ethel M. Slump 


Joe Thomason 


Keith Van OoslerHout 




Donald \ 


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Brenda Smith 


Norma A. Stair 


Philip & Otene Stureman 


Alice Thompson 


Jenette H. Van Raalte 




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Charles & 


A. H. Slaley 


Robert & Mavis Sturgis 


Allen A. Thompson 


Janet Van Treuren 




Carma Sheldon \ 




Lelha Smith 


Angela Stamper 


Sandra L. Sublett 


Cindy Thompson 


John S Viola Van Vesson 




Linda Lee 


\ ^B Wm / Charles T Smith 


Benjamin & Alma Stanislaw 


Donald & Elaine Sugarbaker 


D J Thompson 


John Van Wicklin 




Sheldon 


\ \ ^mr / Davl(1 Smiln 


Margaret Stannah 


Donna M.Sullivan 


David Thompson 


Elizabeth J VanCampen 




Scoll D. Sheldon 


\ ^^^ fcL/ / Duane E Smilh 


Goldie Mae Stansifer 


Kerry & Paula Sullivan 


Janet G. Thompson 


Gregory VanMeter 




Ronnie L. Shell 


\^m^BBs_/ e c Smi,h 


Richard & Arlene Starke 


Mary Ellen Summer 


John G. Thompson 


Calvin J VanOss 




Daniel R. Shelley 


\^a£555^^ Forrest & Sylvia Smith 


Martha Taylor Starkey 


Cynthia L. Summers 


Joseph L. Thompson 


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Stuart H. 


J < «Sa2S'^ Fred M. Smith. Jr. 


Vicki L. Starkey 


Donald Summers 


Kenneth L Thompson 


Charles Vance 




Shelley ^ 


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Gail Craig 


Kermil & Ethel Slams 


Larry & Judith Summers 


Elizabeth Thomson 


Kenneth & Carol VanderArk 




David C. f 




i Smith 


Roy & Cleo Staub 


Miriam Sumner 


Carolyn Thornburg 


Douglas L VanderMeulen 




Shelly xk 


\ Garland & 


Malcolm G. Slaulfer 


Carol Sumney 


Clyde W.Thornell 


Guslave & Esca Vandermeulen 




Richard G. ^g 


p Doris 


Lou &Wi lira Stealy 


Joan M. Sundblad 


W. Donald & I.May Thorpe 


Patricia S. Vandertutip 




Shepard ™ 


i? Smith 


Vicki S Slebner 


Susan F. Super 


Jane Thurston 


Margret Veale 




Larry & Slacey Sheph 


3rd 


Greg Smith 


John E. Steeger 


Bruce Sutherland 


Judith L Thurston 


Jodi Veldt 




Barbara Shepler 


Harriett Smith 




Joan Steele 


Robert E. Sutherland 


Mary Ticamo 


Vicki J. VerHoel 




Ruby Bernice Sherlick 


Helen Leonora Smith 




Wayne A. Stetfen 


Irma M. Sulto 


Donald Tidlund 


John & Cecilia Verwys 




Harold & Tova Sherg 


Id James A. Smith 




Frances A. Steffes 


Hazel Mae Sutton 


Charles & Julie Tiede 


Wesley & Linda Veflel 




WilmaJ.Shetterly 


Janet M. Smith 




Edilh P. Stefly 


Letha Sutton 


Mary V. Tilton 


Lee 0. Vida 




Janice Shewman 


Jeffrey D Smith 




William Slegall. Jr. 


W Ted & May Sutton 


EllaTinholt 


Linda E. Vidal 




Mo & Ann Shields 


Jene C Smith 




MayC.SIehlest 


Esther Swaisgood 


Yvonne K. Tinney 


Craig Vielguth 




Kennethfi- Mary Shin 


l Joyce Smith 




Muriel L. Stehouwer 


Elizabeth Swale 


Maynard & Claire Tinquisl 


Robert Villwock 




William &CaroleeSh 


nn Kenneth E. Smith 




Laurel L. Sleill 


Sarah Swan 


Timothy Tittle 


Katharine R. Vincent 




David N.Shippy 


Kevin Smith 




Paul R. Sleimle 


Ellen 0. Swank 


Carrie M. Tobert 


Sharon L Vincent 




ElvaShively 


Kyle & Doris Smith 




Howard Stein 


Edilh Swann 


Charles Tobias 


Leland Vining 




Eva Shively 


Laura Mae Smith 




James E. Steinbeck 


Arlene Swanson 


Eileen Tobias 


Frank J. Vitt 




June Shively 


Lewis C. Smith 




Ernest & Janice Steiner 


David Swanson 


Pauline Tobias 


James F. Vivian 




Robert E. Shockey 


Linda L. Smith 




Kerry Steiner 


Dennis E. Swanson 


Charles Dennis Todd. Jr. 


Debra L Vccu 




Ann Shoemaker 


Marlon Smith 




Marilyn Steiner 


Fred & Bernice Swanson 


Peter W. Todd 


D:"e'.::. 




Mary Jane Shore 


RalphS Amy Smith 




Polly Steiner 


Karen L. Swanson 


Michael D Tom 


Lyla Voepel 




Chad D. Short 


Robert Smith 




Rhonda Steiner 


Ronald T. Swart 


Neal Tomblin 


Lisa Vogler 




Lois Showalter 


Robert R. Smith 




Ruth Steiner 


Janet E. Swartz 


Ann Tomlinson 


Sue Ellen Vogt 




Maurice A. Shugart 


Steven Smith 




Carol H. Stenberg 


Tony Swartzenlruber 


Edith K. Tomlinson 


Sara Von Gunten 




Beulah Shultz 


William Joseph Smith 




Marjorie E. Slenstrom 


Janet L. Sweeney 


Irene Toops 


MarleneVondergeest 




Darlene Shulze 


William Joellen Smith 




Harry & Avon Stephens 


Leona Sweet 


Kathee Torgersen 


Alice Jo Voris 




Naomi G. Shumaker 


William R. Smith 




Lorraine M. Stern 


Barbara D. Sweetland 


Elaine M Townsend 


Robert G. Wackerle 




Thomas & Bernice Sh 


upe Doin Smoker 




Kirby D. Sleller 


Linda Sweigart 


Stockton & Rulh Townsend 


Devere L Wade 




Karol Sieler 


Norman Snell 




Clinton Steury 


Shirley Sweney 


Andrew E. Toy 


Dorothy A. Wade 




Wilbert C. Siesennop 


George G. Snider, Jr. 




Cynthia Steury 


Rulh L. Switzer 


Eugene G. Toy 


James C. Wade 




Judith C. Sigler 


Thomas R. Snider 




Nedra Steury 


Minnie L. Syljebeck 


H. A. Traucht 


John C Wade 




DarrellW. Sigworth 


Sally S. Snow 




Barbara Stewart 


Robert Symanzik 


Robert SLuEllaTraul 


Lewis G. Wade 




DonellaG. Siklberg 


Arthur B. Snowhite 




Douglas K Stewart 


John & Unni Symington 


Arden & Jean Travis 


Irene Wagley 




Margarel Si Ibum 


Harold & Ellen Snyder 




Laverne & Ellen Stewart 


Alan E. Symonds 


Mary A. Treml 


John F. Wagner 




Steven W. Silver 


Shirley Snyder 




Richard & Dianne Stewart 


Michael Tabor 


Harry & Suzanne Tressel 


Scott Wagoner 




Donald Silvis 


Victoria L. Snyder 




Cris C. Stichler 


Lynn Tait-Gosling 


Kathleen R. Treu 


Lawrence & Jean WalcoB 




John B. Simmonds 


Ruth Sobel 




Delvia Stickler 


Mark K. Talcott 


Mae S. Troendly 


Patty Walden 




Charles W.Simmons 


Donald & JoAnn Soderquist 


Donald F. Stickler 


Joni Talley 


Suzie Tropf 


Bruce S Sara Walker 




Olen H. Simmons 


Roy Soderquist 




Rex & Marlyn Stifller 


Raymonds Eleanor Tal ley 


Beverly Trout 


Frieda Walker 




Rita J. Simmons 


Nelson Soken 




Kevin& Jill Stiles 


Doris F. Tamminga 


Edith Troyer 


Herbert P. Walker. Jt 




Sally R.Simmons 


Weldon Soldner 




Jane Lynne Slockinger 


Frederick K Tanaka 


Elroy Troyer 


Hulen& Lottie Walker 




GlennaR. Simpson 


Jane Solomon 




Peggy Slockinger 


M. M. Tang 


Freemon Troyer 


Jean C. Walker 




Gerri Siner 


Michael H Sommers 




Lorene E. Stolfer 


Mary Tanner 


Harley & Betty Troyer 


Leona J. Walker 




Darrell & Charlotte S 


nger Louanna Sonafrank 




Agnes Stoker 


Dan Targgarl 


Kermit L. Trover 


Michael Walker 




Fredrick & Martha Si 


e Ross Sonday 




Norman & Joan Sloller 


Edward & Debra Targgart 


Mary Louise Troyer 


Zane & Elaine Walker 




Annette Siple 


Lillian R. Soper 




George Sioltz 


Glenn 0. Targgarl 


Gerald & Barbara Truax 


B.Joan Wall 




Beatrice M. Sironi 


Norman & Jessie Soper 


Emma K. Slollzfus 


David J Tarlach 


Roger L Trueblood 


Luther B. Wallace 




Lydia H. Sistrunk 


Kenneth & Peryl Sorensen 


Karl & Barbara Sloltzfus 


John & Ruth Tatem 


Willie M Trumbauer 


W. Carey & Joanne Wallace 




Evelyn Skarstein 


Barbara Souder 




Gary R. Slob 


Willie & Donna Talem 


Kathleen P Tryce 


William & Marion Wallbaum 




David K. Skellon 


Marsha C Souder 




G. Helen Stone 


Anita S. Taylor 


Cheryl A Tryon 


Richard & Marjorie Walls 




Virginia LSkiles 


Lori Lynn Southern 




James & Marilyn Stone 


Arthur & Fern Taylor 


Helen D. Tuggy 


Barbara K Walsti 




Mary A. Skinner 


Grace L. Soward 




Keith Stoner 


Donald & Carmen Taylor 


Mary F, Tuggy 


Susan G Walter 




David B. Slabaugh 


Kevin L. Spacapan 




T. Sloops 


Joanne 0. Taylor 


Flora Turbett 


Alice C.Walters 




ElinoreE. Slagg 


Beverly J. Speicher 




Earl W. Storck 


Melissa A. Taylor 


Agnes M Turner 


Maxine Wallers 




KeithS BonilaSlaug 


ler John & Emalyn Spencer 


Gary & Nancy Storm 


Stanley R. Teal 


Cynthia A. Turner 


Ruth Ann Walters 




Monica Slaughter 


Kathleen A. Spencer 




Philip & Carla Slough 


Edward Teclor 


Ronald F Turner Jr 


Ruthann Walters 





Jimmy Wheeler voiced his faith in the songs he wrote 
and performed while a student at Taylor University. 
"For me to live is Christ," the popular theme song he 
wrote for Youth Conference '79, crystallized his outlook 
on life and service to God. Just weeks later, he was 
called to put that faith on the line in a terminal battle 
with cancer. He died in September 1979° 



During his illness, the entire campus united behind 
the promising young musician, upholding him in prayer, 
love, and concern. In Jim, students and staff found an 
example of courage and faith as he faced the five month- 
long battle with cancer. His death dealt a severe blow 
to everyone who knew him. Then president Milo 
Rediger observed that "the life of Jim Wheeler had an 



2LCHM(§<E 



Carol Wallhour 

llene Walton 

Verl K. Walton 

Leon Wanner 

Max 8 Rachel Wanner 

Frances H Ward 

John L. Ward 

William 8 Carolyn Ward, Jr 

Gail Warden 

Barbara Warner 

Eleanor Warner 

Marian D. Warner 

Thomas 8 Barbara Warner 

Vince P. Warner 

Traci L Warren 

Cornelia M. Washburn 

Larry E Walkins 

Marcia K. Walkins 

Barbara Y Walson 

Nancy J, Walls 

John 8 Vicky Wauterlek 

Corinne R. Weaver 

James 8 BelhWeaver 

Martha C. Webb 

Jeanetle Webber 

Julianne G. Webber 

Grace L. Webel 

G. C Weber 

Lawrence & Sally Weber 

Robert A. Weber 

Sheryl H. Weber 

Erwin R. Wedel 

Roy J Weerslra 

Tim Weiland 

Stanley 8 Lois Weiler 

Carol P. Weir 

Robert & Isabelle Weir, Jr. 

Donald Weirick 

A. J. 8 Terry Weisbrod 

Russell & Eva Weiss 

George L. Welch 

Sharon K. Welch 

Walter L. Weldy 

Alfred Wells 

Bruce A. Wells 

Elizabeth Wells 

Olena Mae Welsh 

Connie L. Welly 

Leona A. Welly 

Willis E. Welty 

Margaret Wendel 

Carol Wendt 

Martha S Wenger 

Tammi S Wengerd 

Mary Ellen Wenzlafl 

Richard Wepler 

Arthur C. Werling 

William 8 Kalhryn Wernberg 

Gwendolyn L Werner 

Julia Wesolek 

Dorothy M. Wesl 

Irene Wesl 

Rex Wesl 

Timoleo Westberg 

Howard 8 Mary Western 

Beth Weston 

Peter 8 JoAnn Weston 

Lloyd 8 Nancy Weslover 

Barbara J Westrale 

Lorraine Whaley 

W, Blylhe & Virginia Whealy 

Charles J. Wheeler 

Virginia Wheeler 

You-Ying W Whipple 

GeraldineG. Whisler 

Isobel F. Whilaker 

Ronald D. Whilcrall 

Alice H While 

Donica J. White 

Joseph 8 Wilma While 

Jane K. While-Slevens 

Cathy A Whitehead 

Bruce Whileman 

William L Whileman 

Christine 8 Whitfield 



Thomas E Whillalch 

Harold Whitman 

Herbert 8 Evelyn Whitney 

Richard B. Whitney 

Marci Whilney-Schenck 

Ruth Whybrew 

Nancy J, Widbin 

Wayne 8 Lois Widder 

Daniel E. Widmer 

Jacob Wiebers 

Patricia A, Wiens 

Sheila Wierenga 

Don & Roberta Wiesjahn 

Carl Wilbanks 

Dorothy M. Wilburn 

Eva Wilburn 

Harry 8 Karen Wild 

Grace Wildeboer 

William C. Wilder 

Annelta Wildermuth 

Mark Wildermuth 

Paul Wilkey 

Gregg 8 Paulelta Wilkinson 

Richard Wilkinson 

William B Willalord, III 

Merlin W. Willard 

Johanna Willemstyn 

William R. Willey 

Dan 8 Beatrice Williams 

David H. Williams 

Christopher Williams 

J. Ronald Williams 

Jacqueline Williams 

Lois Williams 

Ruthann Williams 

William & Shirley Williams 

Cheryl A. Williamson 

Lawrence 8 Marie Williamson 

Sandra L Williamson 

Charmane Willis 

David A. Willis 

Robert L Willis 

Ruth A. Willis 

William 8 Anna May Willis 

Gardner R, Wills 

Alma M. Wilson 

Barbara Wilson 

Charles & Diane Wilson 

Dale M. Wilson 

John 8 Joanne Wilson 

Ken Wilson 

Michael H. Wilson 

Ronald Wilson 

Sara P. Wilson 

Susan J. Wilson 

DonellaE Will 

Dorothy T Wimbish 

John R. Wimmel 

Ronald E Winder 

Dorothy I. Winders 

David 8 Elizabeth Windley 

Barbara Winn 

James W Winship 

Paul A. Winter 

Robert Winter 

Arthur 8 Mary Winlerholter 

B. Stanley 8i Imgrid Wiren 

Jerry P. Wise 

LaVelle Wise 

Carole E. Wiskotoni 

Gerald 8 Ruth Wit 

Carla Wilmer 

Delores E. Wilmer 

Paul S. Wittman 

Bruce 8 Arleen Wixtrom 

Jerry L. Woll 

John 8 Wilma Wollert I ft 

Nancy-Leigh Wolff 

Vernon 8 Esther Wolff 

Dale Wollgram 

Earl 8, Wilma Wollord 

Mary Gayle Wolgemulh 

Richard Wolverlon 

Gigi Wonderly 

Dale Wong 



Ming Lan 

V. Wong 
Geoffrey D 

Wood 
Paul H, Wood 
Vida Wood 
Wayne Wood 
Wayne 8 MarthaWood 
Susan V Woodcock 
Mary Woodring 
C. R Woodrow 
Kathleen Y. Woods 
H. Corinne Woodward 
Harold Woodward 
Kenneth C Woodward 
Kenneth J. Woodworm 
Katharine Woollen 
Robert L Worcester 
Terri Worden 
Lloyd Work 
Mary D Wortman 
Bennetl L. Wright 

Joseph G Wrighl 

Julia Wrigbl 

Robert D Wrighl 

Suzanne Wrighl 

Robert L Wrights 

Don 8, Kay Wrigley 

Lorraine Wroge 

Dickson Wu 

Francis 8 Sylvia Wu 

B. L, 8, Madelyn Wursler 
Harold 8 Delores Wusl 
Robert & Evelyn Wyatt. Jr 
Robert 8 Patricia Wynalda 
Duane 8 Deborah Wyse 
Bert Y Yamaguchi 

Ikuo Yamaguchi 
Jessie Yarhouse 
Archie Yates 

C. V. 8 Judy Yeager 
Mardi A. Yeager 
Eileen Yealer 
Jeanetle S. G Yep 
Ernest 8 Alma Yerks 
Betty L Ying 
Amanda Yoder 
Anna B. Yoder 
Brenda K. Yoder 
Crist H Yoder 
Henry 8 Polly Yoder 
Janelle K. Yoder 
Jemima Yoder 
Linda Yoder 

M Sue Yoder 
Mabel Yoder 
Mary Joan Yoder 
Palon 8 Hazel Yoder 
Rhoda Yoder 
Simon M Yoder 
Valli Yoder 
Orvie Yorks 
Joenila Yost 
Helen Young 
John D, Young 
Linda K. Young 
Richard C. 
Young 



TO UCDET y ^ *rtha Yu^y 
'/ Kevin M. Zaring 
Robert & Deborah 

Robert H. Zehnal 
Stephen T Zehnder 
Edwin H. Zehner 
David 8 Bonnie Zeigler 
Paul Zell 

Frank 8 Carol Zeller 
Wilbur L Zike 
Lisa J Zimmer 
C L Zimmerman 
Gordon G Zimmerman 
Edna Zink 
Peggy A, Zinos 
Greg Zjaba 
Mary Zondervan 
David W. Zoulendam 
James Zug 
Linda Marie Zumbrun 
Paul 8, Belty Zurcher 
Frank van Aalsl 

(Parents 

Thomas 8, Marlene Abraham 
H. Leon & LaGatfia Adkison 

Rodger 8. Margie Allem 
Rex & Nancy Allenburg 
Merle & Avis Amundson 
Carl 8 Patricia Atkinson 
Richard 8, Elsbelh E 
Ronald & Linda Bagley 
Peter 8 Carol Baker 
Raymond 8 Patricia Bake 
Max S Maxine Balkema 
Paul 8 Rebecca Barkley 
Eileen Barnes 
Waller 8 Theresa Barron 
Robert 8 Judy Bascom 
Jay 8 Glola Basler 
Roger 8. Marilyn Bet.... 
John 8. Donna Bechlel 
Thomas 8 Helen Beers 
Lee & Joyce Bell 
Robert 8/ Marcia Benjamin 
Howard 8 Janice Bennett 
William 8 Belly Lou Benson 
Stephen 8, Ruth Ann Berger 
Brian 8 Mary Bergsten 
James S Susan Berry 
Roland 8 Shirley Berlka 
Dennis 8 Jan Bishop 
James 8 Jocelyn Blum 
Linden 8 Beth Boggs 
R. David 8 Joan Boyer 
William 8 Rosalind Brailey 
John 8 Martha Brane 
Sherman 8 Ruth Brown 
Timolhy 8 Judy Brown 




William 8 Sue Ann Brown 
Donna Browning 
Harland 8 Sheila Buhler 
Donald 8 Virginia Bullock 
Stanley 8 Belly Burden 
Timothy 8 Carolyn Burkholder 
Eugene 8 Catherine Burry 
Ray 8 Ann Burwick 
John 8 Martha Byler 
Waller 8 Mary Campbell 
Tom 8 Margo Carlson 
Wendell 8 Mary Carlson 
Richard 8 Janet Carpenter 
Terry 8 Becky Chandler 
Roland 8 Grace Cherwek 
Art & Jeanellen Christensen 
Earl 8 Nancy Christensen 
James 8 Peggy Church. Ill 
Charles D. Coin 
Shirley Coin 

Barton 8 Marilyn Comslock 
Clarence 8 Marlene Conley 
Bill 8 Diane Costas 
Michaelene Coslon 
Garry 8 Courtney 
Lawrence 8 Rachael Crabb, Jr. 
Dick 8 Sandra Crisl 
Letoy 8 Esther Cross 
Thomas 8 Bonnie Crulchlield 
Grey 8 JoAnn Culberson 
Gerald 8 Diane Cuper 
John 8 Judith Cupp 
Charles 8 Joan Curelon 
Jack 8 Sharon D'Arcy 
Daniel 8 Sara Darby 
Richard 8 Cynthia Darlington 
James 8 Linda Daubenmier 
James 8 Nadine Davis 
Robert 8 Theda Dawes 
David 8 Mrs Day 
Daniel 8 Cynthia Dew 
James 8 Annelte Dickman 
Timolhy 8 Lucille Oilier 
Douglas 8 Audrey Domeck 
Richard & Judith Dominguez 
James 8 Mary Donahue 
David Drooger 
John 8 Thelma Dunlap 
Donald 8 Anita Dyck 
James 8 Nancy Ellinger 
Robert 8 Marian Elliot 
Stuart 8 Marjorie Ensinger, Jr 
Kenneth 8 Marilyn Evink 
Gary 8 Sue Fellon 
David 8 Lynelle Flick 
E.Thor 8 Lillian Foss 
Glenn 8 Lois Fredeen 
John 8 Amla Freeman 
Robert 8 Rose Ann Fritz 
Otto 8 Diane Gaerlner 
Larry 8 Janice Gales 
Marcelo 8 Joan Gavilanez 
Stewart 8 Marlene Georgia 

Ralph 8 Melba Gerber 
Robert 8 Joan 
Gilkison 



impact on almost every student and 
professor at Taylor University." 

Ironically, Jim was to have presented a 
concert at Taylor on the day a memorial 
service in his honor was held. For those present, the 
lyrics to the '79 Youth Conference theme song took on 
new depths of meaning: "And how we await the dawn- 



Francis 8 Janice Gillen 
Jackson 8 Jayne Gin 
Jack P. Given 
Donald 8 Joy Gleason 
David 8 Alice Golden 
Thomas 8 Sharon Gollmer 
Thomas 8 June Goossen 
Ronald 8 Nancy Granneman 
Robert 8 Janis Grau 
John 8 Phyllis Green 
Arno 8 Rhonda Grellilal 
Robert 8 Connie Griflin 
Stanley 8 Ruth Guillaume 
Richard 8 Bonni Gygi 
E J. 8 Virginia Haley 
George 8 Mary Ann Hamilton 
John 8 Mary Jane Hamilton 
Joel 8 Alice Harville 
Steven 8 Leslie Hasslurder 
Doyle L. Hayes 
W. David 8 Carolyn Hem, Jr 
Larry 8 Joyce Helyer 
Henry 8 Rulh Hendricks 
Gene 8 Carol Henschen 
Carl 8 Nellie Hepker 
Martin 8 Carol Hess 
Donald 8 Heykoop 
Vic 8 Rulh Ann Hildebrand 
Lula B Hillle 
Barbara Hobbs 
Timothy 8 Janis Hoeksema 
John 8 Julie Holfman 
William 8 Norma Hofmeister 
John 8 Joan Home 
Thomas 8 Mabel Howe 
James 8 Sandra Hughes 
Larry 8 Kalherine Huston 
Joseph 8 Judy Imhol 
Louis 8 Judith Imperial 
Robert 8 Margaret Jackson 
Thomas 8 Barbara Jackson 
Mark 8 Rita Jarvis 
Roger 8 Janel Jenkinson 
John 8 Barbara Johnson 
Randall 8 Linda Johnson 
Roger 8 Linda Johnson 
Floyd 8 Sandy Jousma. Jr. 
Steve 8 Sandy Kersha 
Jay 8 Kathleen King 
Leroy 8 Dawn Kinzer 
Jim 8 Avaline Kleisl 
James Kline 

Nelson 8 Jackie Knowles 
Larry 8 Patricia Kobernik 
Virgil 8 Helen Koller 
John 8 Sharon Kraft 
Edward 8 Christine Kraus 
Robert 8 P. Ann Kuick 
Richard 8 Rulh Lambrigh! 
Donald 8 Camille Laulzenheiser 
P. David 8 Carolyn Sue LeMasters 
Roger Lehmer 
Russell 8 Hazel Leichly 
Thomas 8 Mrs. Levake 
Frederick 8 Gail Leverenz 
Charles 8 M Susan Lewis 
Ralph 8 Karen Lewis 
James 8 Donna Lindell 
Philip 8 Janel Loy 
NadaS. Lucibello 
Carl 8 Kay Lundslrom 
Bruce 8 Rosemary 
MacFadyen. Jr 
Daniel 8 Joyce 

MacLeish 
James 8 Val Marie 
MacLeish 
Roger 8 Marjorie 

Mason 
Michael 8 Donna 
Matheny, Sr. 
Carter 8 Linda 

Mathews 
Gene 8 Charleen 

Malsudo 



mg of the 
day that we 
shall see him...." 
Jim had meant what 
. it he wrote; his life was evidence 

of that winch, in itself, testified to his faith even more 
eloquently than did the words of his songs. 



i JIM WHEELER 
MEMORIAL STADIUM 



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Rice Charitable Lead Trust 

Stratford Foundation 

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A. B Onyett & Sons, Inc. 
ACE Hardware 
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American Miilwork Corporation 
Anderson Drapery Company 
Areola Lions Club 
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Associated Colleges ol Indiana 
Avis Industrial Corporalion 
Avoca Elevator Company 
BOMI International 
Barack, Ferrazzano 
Bell Mark Music 
Berco, Inc. 

Bolmger. Bolinger & Welke 
Boren Foundation, Inc 
Bova Fruil 
Brooklield AMC/Jeep/Renault, Inc. 
Brotherhood Mutual Insurance 
Company 
Burton Electric 

C&LWei; r 

Cablec Industrial Cable 

Company 
Cilizens State Bank 
City Savings Bank 

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Commercial Trading E-l, Inc 
Connecticut Nal 
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Crowe Chrzek& Company 

Customized PC Software 

DJs Finishing 

D. 8 R Investments 

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DeVoe Chevrolet-Cadillac. Inc. 

Deene Corporation 

Don Crisweii Construction 

Don Wetton Mobile Homes. Inc 

F_Myer Auto Glass 

Electronics Metal Finish Corporation 

F. W. Grotenhuis Underwriters 

Family Fireworks 

Farmer's Daughters Cafe 

Fashion-Craft Products. Inc. 

Fleet Refinishing Works. Inc. 

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George's Flowers 

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Gordon Food Service 

Grabill Bank 

Grumman Corporation 

Hartford City Family Dental Care 

Hartford Concrete Products, Inc 

High's Bar-B-Q and Catering 

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Incredible Edibles 

Indiana Academy ofSdence 

Indiana Federation of Clubs 

Ivanhoe's Ice Cream & Sandwich Shop 

Jackson Stock & Grain Farms 

Jamestown Insurance Agency 

Johnson Hoffman Fetghner & 

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K & K Erectors. Inc. 
Kappa. Kappa. Kappa. Inc 
LeMaster Steel Erectors. Inc. 
Lloyds 

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Maranatha Foundation 

Market-Pro. Inc. 

Mary's Greenhouse & Florist 

McJohnson Incorporated 

Medical Dental Staff 

Moellering Construction Company. 

Inc. 
Mose Mohre Enterprises 
Munsee Meats. Inc. 
Nichols Photography 
Owens Funeral Home 
P & R Home IV Service. Inc. 
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Pacesetter Bank 
Palgran. Inc 
Premier Soccer Camp 
Provident Mutual 
R & R Gift Village 
Rainbow Irrigation 
Reese Products Company 
Robert C. Nugent & Associates 
Ron's Garage 

S & R Equipment Company. Inc. 
S S Swarts & Associates 
Sanlord N McDonnell Foundation, 

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Servicemaster Industries 
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Southland Investors Chartered 
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Stine's Pharmacy 
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T.J. Cinnamon's 
Tamco Industries. Inc. 
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Thiele Healing & Air Conditioning 
Timberline Motel 



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ers thought P.J. 
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his brother Bernie had more 
cheek than common sense when the two opened a 
religious publishing house in their mother's spare 



bedroom during the heart of the 
depression. Yet, from those humble 
beginnings arose a publishing ministry 
committed to honoring God through the distri- 
bution of quality, unequivocally Christian literature. 
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Amoco Foundation. Inc. 
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Atlantic Electric 
BF Goodrich Company 
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Ball Corporation 

Baxter American Foundation, The 
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Bemis Company Foundation 
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Brislol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc. 
Butler Manufacturing Company 

Foundation 
CIBA-GEIGY Corporation 
Caterpillar Tractor Company 
Century Companies ol America 
Chubb & Son. Inc. 
Cincinnati Bell Company 
Clorox Company Foundation. The 
Colgate Palmolive Company 
Colonial Penn Group, Inc. 
Conrail Consolidated Natural Gas 

Education Fund 
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Cooper Tire & Rubber Foundation 
Crown International, Inc. 
Cummins Engine Foundation 
Delta Air Lines Foundation. The 
Deluxe Check Printers Foundation 
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Foundation 
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America 

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Harvey Hubbel! Foundation 

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Illinois Bell 

Indiana Bell Company 

Indiana & Michigan Power Company 

Indiana National Bank 

International Business Machines 

Internalional Telephone & Telegraph 

Johnson Foundation, 

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Keebler Company Foundation 

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Kmart Corporation 

Leo Burnett Company. Inc. 

Lincoln National Corporation 

Lubrizol Foundation 

Marathon Oil Foundation, Inc. 

Marlin Marietta Corporation Founda- 
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Mead Johnson & Company Founda- 
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Merrill Lynch Foundation, Inc. 

Metropolitan Lite Insurance 
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MITRE Corporation, The 

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Monsanto Fund 

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NCR Corporation 

Nabisco Brands, Inc. 

Nalco Chemical Company 

National Cash Register 

New York Telephone Company 

North American Philips Corporation 

Northern Illinois Gas 

Northern Telecom Inc. 

Northern Trust Company Charitable 
Trust 

Northwest Airlines 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance 
Company 

Ohio Nationalise Insurance 

Ontario Corporation Foundation, Inc. 

Peal Marwick Mam Foundation 

JC Penney Company, Inc. 

Principal Financial Group 

Proctor & Gamble Fund, The 

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Prudential Insurance Company 
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Public Service Electric & Gas 

Quanlum Chemical Corporation 

Ralslon Purina Company 

RJR Nabisco, Inc. 

Raytheon 

Schering-Plough Foundation 

Sherex Chemical Company, Inc. 

SmithKline Beckman Foundation 

Square D Foundation 

State Farm Insurance Companies 
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Sterling Drug, Inc. 

TOSOH SMD. Inc. 

TRINOVA Corporation 

US Air 

U S West 

USX Foundation, Inc. 

Unisys Corporation 

United Parcel Service Foundation 

United Technologies Corporation 

The Upjohn Company 

Warner-Lambert Company 

W. A. Whitney Corporation 

Whirlpool Foundation 



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Memorial 
gifts 

In memory ol: 

Given by: 



Lula Bolks 

Nelson E Rediger 

Arland V. Briggs 

Douglas & Belly Briggs 
Martha B Briggs 
Emma Copeland 
J. Arthur & Eflamay 

Dahlstrand 
Ed Dietrich, Sr 
Nets & Belly Clinl 
Firsl Presbyterian Church, 
Miami. FL 
Richards Clarice Hallasl 
Rulh H McKeown 
Harold & Muriel Miller 
Keilh & Deborah MoslarJ 
Tameichi & Taeko Okimolo 
Waller 8, Gwen Randall 
Nelson & Beth Rediger 
Paul Sobel 
Alice Uphold 
L, Marshall & Rodah 

Welch 
Richard & Martha 

Wilkinson 

Virgil Burkholder 

Lois A Weed 

MR. Carmany 

James & Wanda Carmany 

Will Cleveland 

Gerald & Sheryl Rocke 

William C. Edmundson 
Nettie Fleming 

John Ellis 

David & Suzanne Ellis 
John D. & Bernita Ellis 
Kim M Ellis 
Bruce & Teresa Sutherland 

Daniel Gentile 

Virginia Allen 
R.J Braunlin 
Teresa De Leo 
A, DiLiberlo 
Philip C Ferraro 
Rose Mancini 
Lydia Reysen 
Medical Dental Stall 
SI Joseph Medical Center 

Loren C. Gibson 

W. Donald & I. May 

Thorpe 

Owen Hailley 

Emerald Gerig 

Elaine M. Healh 

Jack P Given 

Jane Long Mikkelson 

Cecil & C. Pearl Beeson. Sr 
Janice Shaw Crouse 
Barbara E Davenport 
William & Frances Ewhank 
William& Joan Ladd 
Herbert & Jennie Lee 
V E. Mikkelson 
Josephine E. Miller 
Wandering Wheels 

Resell S. Miller 

Earl & Frances Allen 
George L. Edie 
Zola Mae Miller 
Elton B Stelson 



Donald 8, Hope Barnes 
Maurice Beery 
Jean Bergwall 
G DewayneS Judy 



Brenda Brenneman 
Margaret B Briggs 
Dorotha Chapman 
George & Madelyn 

Guindon 
Earle E Hart 
William & Mary Hoke 
Alice K. Holcombe 
Francis & Mildred 

Johannides 
Stanley & Catherine Jones 
Milton & Edilh Korpi 
Merrill & Carmen Livezey 
Harold & Muriel Miller 
Frieda Rediger 
Reuben & Kathryn Short 
Stewart & Jean Silver 
Alice Uphold 
Erwin 8, Ruth Wedel 
L Marshall & Rodah 

Welch 
Richard & Martha 

Wilkinson 
Samuel 8, Grace 

Wolgemuth 

Glenn E Rocke 

W. Erwin & Katharine 

Vincent 

James Rennaker 

Nelson E. Rediger 

Wellington Scott 

Elizabeth P. Scoll 

Beatrice Seizor 

Elizabeth A. Atkins 

Edna Shupe 

Richard & Barbara Shupe 
Thomas L & Bernice 

Shupe 

Phillip B Smith 

Don & Bonnie Odle 
Dorothy Swearmgen 

Glenber Sutton 

Hazel Mae Sutton 

Russell Van Vleet 

Kennelh 8, Jean Morse 
Stewart 8, Jean Silver 

John E. loiter 

W. Erwin & Katharine 

Vincent 

Church 
matching 

gift program 

Abbot Evangelical Free, Abbot, ME 
Abundant Lite Fellowship, Mt. Gilead, 

OH 
Albany United Church of Christ, IN 
Alpha Mennonile, NJ 
American Relormed, De Motte, IN 
Auburn Presbyterian, IN 
Back Creek Friends, Fairmount, IN 
Beach Grove Church of the Brethren, 

Hollansburg, OH 
Believers' Chapel, Murfreesboro, TN 
Bellwood Mennonile, Milford. NE 
Berrien Center Bible, Berrien Center, 

Ml 
Bethel Church. West Liberty, OH 



Bethel Baptist, Jackson. Ml 
Bible Chapel, St. Louis, MO 
Blue River Church ol Ihe Brethren. 

Columbia City. IN 
Bradley United Methodist, 

Greenfield, IN 
Brooks Corners 

United 

Methodist. 

Sears. Ml 
Bulterfield Free 

Will Baptist. 

Aurora. IL 
Calvary Com- 
munity, Al- 



Firsl Methodist Church of North 

America, Indianapolis, IN 
First Missionary, Lansing, Ml 

First United Brethren, Blisslield, 




Christ Presbytei 
Christian Servic 

Wayne, IN 
Christian Tabernacle, Dayton, OH 
Church of God at Angola, IN 
Church of the Cross Missionary, 

Bradenton, FL 
Church of the Open Door, Elyria, OH 
Coldwater Wesleyan. Coldwaler. Ml 
College Church in Wheaton, IL 
Community Bible, High Point, NC 
Community Church of Vista, CA 
Covenant Baptist. Columbus, OH 
Crossroads Bible, Balboa, Republic ol 

Panama 
Davis Wesleyan, Hamlet, IN 
Dayspring Church of God Missions. 

Cincinnati, OH 
Decatur Missionary, IN 
Dewey Mennonile, IL 
Dillman United Brethren. Warren, IN 
Dublin Friends Meeting, IN 
East White Oak Bible. Carlock.IL 
Elida Vineyard. OH 
Evangelical Mennonile. Archbold, OH 
Evangelical Mennonile, Wauseon, OH 
Fair Creek, Dayton, OH 
Faith Bible Church ol Peoria, IL 
Faith Fellowship, Bedford Heights, OH 
Faith Baptist Chapel, Sterling Heights, 

Ml 
First Assembly Church Schools, Niles, 

Ml 
Firsl Baptist, Elgin, IL 
First Baptist, Plainlield, IN 
Firsl Baptist, Coldwater. Ml 
Firsl Baptist, Tecumseh, Ml 
Firsl Baptist, Troy, OH 
Firsl Baptist, Sherman, TX 
First Baptist Church ol Village Green, 

Miami. FL 
First Christian, Columbus. IN 
Firsl Church ol Christ, Lynn, IN 
First Church ol God, Inc.. German- 
town, OH 
Firsl Church ot the Nazarene. Elkhart, 

IN 
Firsl Congregational, Hopkinton, MA 
First Covenant, Salina, KS 
First Evangelical Covenant. Cedar 

Rapids, IA 



Friends United Meeting, Richmond, IN 
Glad Tidings, Muncie, IN 
Grace Brethren, North Canton, OH 
Grace Communily Church ol Huber 

Heights, Dayton, OH 
Granger Missionary, IN 
Grosse He Baptist. Ml 
Harvest Christian. Detroit, Ml 
Harvest Evangelical Free, Kalamazoo, 

Ml 
Harvester Avenue Missionary, Fort 

Wayne, IN 
Herbs! United Methodist, Marion. IN 
Highland Congregational. Milford, Ml 
Hillcrest Baptist, Richmond, IN 
Hillsboro United Methodist. Hillsboro, 

IN 
Holley First Baptist. NY 
Iglesia Central Evangel ica de Santidad, 

Honduras 
Immanuel Baptist, Marion, IN 
Immanuel Baptist. Holland, Ml 
In His Presence Ministries, Bay City, 

Ml 
Jefferson Center United Methodist, 

Warren. IN 
Kehilat Ben David, El Paso, TX 
Kirk ot the Lakes Presbyterian, 

Mundelein, IL 
Kirkwood United Methodist, DE 
Lakeview Church, Zion, IL 
Lakeview Temple, Indianapolis, IN 
Lamotle Missionary, Marlette, Ml 
Lawndale Community, Chicago, IL 
Livingston United Methodist, 

Columbus, OH 
Main Street Wesleyan, Jonesboro, IN 
Manhattan Baptist, Greencastle, IN 
Maranatha Brethren, Hagerstown, MD 
Markle United Methodist, IN 
McCoy Memorial Baptist Elkhart, IN 
Middlelown United Methodist, KY 
Missionary Church, Walled Lake, Ml 
New Castle Bible, Mackinaw, IL 
New Covenant Bible, Cedar Rapids, IA 
North Poinle Baptist, Warren. Ml 
OMS Internalional, Greenwood, IN 
Operation Mobilization, Inc. Peachlree 

City, GA 
Osolo Missionary, Elkhart, IN 



spent part of their honeymoon shopping for used print- 
ing equipment. She and Pat have entertained many of 
the authors whose books have been published by Zon- 
dervan Corporation. The seemingly endless list includes 
notables Mrs. Charles A. Cowman, Billy Graham, Joni 
Eareckson, Ted Engstrom '38, Henry H. Halley, Herbert 
Lockyer, Corrie Ten Boom, and many, many more. 



Pat and Mary Zondervan have a world-reaching min- 
istry through the materials they publish. As friends of 
Taylor University, they have blended that ministry with 
the Taylor tradition of world-wide evangelism. In this 
sense, they represent the forward-thinking, visionary 
spirit of support for the university that will carry Taylor 
through her 150th year and on, into the 21st century. 



Peace RelormerJ. Middleville, Ml 
Penn Valley Grace Brethren. Tellord, 

PA 
Pickering Community, ON, 

Canada 
h Heighls 

Baptist. Wesl 

Chester. OH 
Pleasanl Hill 

Baptist, 

Smithville. 




sionary, 

Misha- 

waka, IN 
St, Peters Evanyeioi Luweiaii, 

Mansfield. OH 
Soulhside Chrislian. Savannah, GA 
Spring Lake Wesleyan, Ml 
Sylvania Alliance, OH 
TEAM - The Evangelical Alliance 

Mission, Whealon, IL 
The Chapel, Bullalo, NY 
Trtnily Evangelical Free, Tampa, FL 
Trinity Uniled Melhodist, Cass Cily, Ml 
Tnnily United Methodist, Huntington. 

IN 
Tnnily Uniled Methodist, Van Wert. OH 
Trinity Wesleyan, Cedar Falls, IA 
Trinity Wesleyan, Lima, OH 



Uniled Baplist. Madison, ME 
Union Chapel Baptist. Marion, IN 
United Melhodist, Beaverlon. Ml 

Upland Evangelical Mennonile, 

Van Uniled Melhodist, 
Cranberry, PA 
Vriesland 

Reformed, 
Zeetand, Ml 
Wakarusa 
Missionary 
Church, IN 
Waldo 
Mennonile, 
Flanagan, IL 
Walnul Slreel 
Uniled 
Methodist. 
Chillicolhe. 
OH 
Wesl Morris 
Street Free 
Methodist, 
Indianapolis. IN 
Weslover 

Presbyterian, 
Greensboro, NC 
Westwood 
Church of 
God, Kala- 
mazoo, Ml 
Wesl 
Walnul 
olreel Church 
ol Christ. Portland, IN 
Welnersheld Communily, CT 
Willerup United Methodist, 

Cambridge. Wl 
Windham Bible Chapel. Windham. NH 
Winding Walers Brethren, Elkhart, IN 
Woodville Grace Brethren. Mansfield. 

OH 
Woodburn Missionary. IN 
World Gospel Church, Terre Haule, IN 
Wyclille Bible Translators, Inc., 

Dallas, TX 
Youth tor Christ International Council, 
Englewood, CO 



"Estates 

Ferdinand Freimuth 

Sam P. Good, Sr. 

Mrs Madonna V. McCarthy 

Dale Rufenachl 

Annuities 

Miss Irma Dare 
Glenn & Lila Frye 
Paul J & Goldie A, Ilk 
John & Mary Jones 
Richard & Doris Somers 
John M & Ruth Vayhinget 

0\[ezv 

scholarships 
& funds 

Biology Alumni Fund 

Compuler Science Alumni Fund 

Jay & Phyllis Conrad Endowed Chapel 

Fund 
Barry W. Smith Endowed Fund 
Miriam Burton Squires Endowed 

Scholarship 
Scholarship/FS Auxiliary Award 
Naomi T, & Russell L. Weber Endowed 

Scholarship 



(please note: 

In a report such as this, 
although every effort has been 
made to ensure accuracy, it is 
inevitable that some omissions 
and errors will occur. If your 
name does not appear, or should 
it be misspelled, please notify 
the advancement office so that 
we may correct the error and 
apologize. 

For your clarification, all 
donors listed in this report gave 
during the liscal year which 
began July 1,1989 and ended 
June 30, 1990. Gilts postmarked 
after June 30 will be included in 
the report lor the 1990-1991 
liscal year. For tax purposes, the 
IRS reguires that all gifts be 
applied to the calendar year 
which appears on the envelope's 
postmark; as an example, it a 
check is dated December 1990, 
but carries a January 1991 
postmark, the receipt will be 
applied to the 1991 tax year. 



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Parents ' Cabinet 



Merle & Avis Amundson 
Greenfield, IN 

William & Sue Ann Brown 
Indianapolis, IN 

William & Diane Costas 
Valparaiso, IN 

James & Linda Daubenmier 
Orange, CA 

Mr, and Mrs. Darwin 
DeLaughter 

North Manchester, IN 



Larry & Jan Gales 
Granger, IN 

Harold & Mary Gianopulos 
Barrington. IL 

Jackson & Jane Gin 
ML Prospect, IL 

Richard & Bonnie Gygi 
Brentwood, TN 

Terry & Andrea Harrison 
Atlanta, GA 



Mr. and Mrs. David Kett 
St. Joseph. Ml 

Roland & Marilyn King 
South Whitley, IN 

Richard & Ruth Lambright 
La Grange, IN 

Lewis & Dottye Luttrell 
Naperville, IL 

James & Joan Mathis 
Gaylord, Ml 



9{ational Mumni Council 



Brenda Brenneman '69 
Washington, Pennsylvania 

Cynthia M, Bnggs 73 
Boca Raton, Florida 

Robert F, Brummeler '81 
Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Kimberly (KC) Carlsen '86 
Carol Stream, Illinois 

Paul R. Cox 73 (Kay) 
Greenwood, Indiana 



Ruth Wolgemuth Guillaume 

'63 

Arlington Heights, Illinois 

David K. Gustafson '59 
Eagan, Minnesotta 

Richard W. Gygi '67 
Brentwood, Tennessee 

Janet Mendenhall Horner 

'62 

Denver, Colorado 



(Trustees (Emeriti 



Dr. Ted W, Engstrom 
President Emeritus 
World Vision 
Pasadena, California 

Rev. Herbert M, Frazer 
United Methodist Minister 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

Dr. Lester C. Gerig 
Retired Chairman and 
President 

Mutual Security Life 
Insurance Company 
Fort Wayne, Indiana 



Dr. Richard W. Halfast 
Retired Surgeon 
Rochester, Indiana 

Dr. John O. Hershey 
Retired Chairman and 
President 

Milton Hershey School 
Hummelstown, Pennsylva- 
nia 

Mr. John McDougall 
Retired Executive Vice 
President and Director 
International Consultant 
Ford Motor Company 
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 



Michael May 75 
San Marino, California 

Donald McLaughlin 75 
Granger, Indiana 

Nancy Verdell Moller '65 
Decatur, Indiana 

J. Aaron Neuman '89 
Upland, Indiana 

John F. Norris 74 
Winchester Bay, Oregon 



Dr. Walter Randall 
Retired Professor of 
Physiology 
Stritch School of 
Medicine 
Loyola University 
Upland, Indiana 

Dr. Charles W. Shilling 
Distinguished Scientist 
Department of Forensic 
Sciences (CPL), 
Armed Forces Institute 
ol Pathology 
Arlington, VA 



Mr. and Mrs. David McKie 
Peoria. IL 



Mr. and Mrs. James Rosema 
Muncie, IN 



Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Roth 
Grand Rapids. Ml 



Tom & Barbara Widdoes 
Hudson, OH 



JoAnne Metcaif Powell 72 
Worthington. Ohio 

Douglas L. Rupp 74 
Archbold, Ohio 

Jamey Schmitz 
Carol Stream, Illinois 

Rosalie Closson Valutis '60 
East Lansing. Michigan 

Quinn White '87 
Indianapolis. Indiana 



Dr. L. Marshall Welch 

President 

L.M. Welch & Associates. 

Inc. 

Sedona. Arizona 

Dr. Samuel F. Wolgemuth 
President Emeritus 
Youth for Christ Interna- 
tional 
Wheaton. Illinois 

Mr. Paul W. Wills 

Chairman 

Toledo World Terminals 

Richfield. Ohio 



Each previous graduating class of Taylor University 
collectively places the future into the keeping of the 
present one. It was with this heightened sense of respon- 
sibility that members of the class of 1988 dedicated 
Circle Park as their class gift during the last chapel 
service of their senior year. Encircled by benches, a 
brass plaque bears the words of Hebrews 12:1-2, 



"Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great 
cloud of witnesses, let us throw off the sin that so easily 
entangles, and let us run with perseverance the race 
marked out for us. Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the 
author and perfecter of our faith...." 

Beneath the plaque lies buried a time capsule, to be 
opened at the class' 25th homecoming celebration. 



f kcrtmg c E 




Lr.fi 



(Retiring, 1990-91) 

Chairman of the Board 

Dr. Carl W. Hassell, 

Consultant 

Farmington Hills, Michigan 




(Newly Elected, 1990-91) 

Chairman of the Board 

Mr. Theodore F. Brolund 

President 

W.A. Whitney Corporation 

Rocktord, Illinois 



Mrs. LaRita Boren 

Vice President of Public 

Relations 

Avis Industrial Corporation 

Upland, Indiana 



Mr. R, David Boyer 

Attorney-at-Law 

Helmke, Beams, Boyer & Wagner 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 



Dr. Joseph D. Brain 
Drinker Professor of 
Environmental Physiology 
Chairman, Department of 
Environmental Health 
Harvard University 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Dr. Beverly Brightly 
Senior Program Associate, 
U.S. Department of Education 
St. Petersburg, Florida 



Mr. J. Thomas Crulchfield 
Corporate Officer 
H. Crutchfield, Inc. 
Sebring, Florida 



Mr. Thomas A. Dillon 
Attorney-at-Law 
Lane, Alton & Horst 



Baylor University 

'Board of 'Trustees 



Ms. Marta Gabre-Tsadick 

President 

I.T.G. Commercial Trading 

Executive Director 

Project Mercy 

Vice President 

Hel Mar 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Dr. J. Paul Gentile 

Medical Doctor 

Fort Wayne. Indiana 



Mr. Robert C. Gilkison 

President 

Kahn Brothers Investment 

Management Corporation 

Alexandria, Virginia 



■»."" Mr Kenneth Flanigan 

^H^j President 

St. Charles Building Partners 
Professional Consultant 

HH Chicago, Illinois 



1989-1990 




Mr. John R. Home 
Group Vice President and 
General Manager 
Navistar International 
Transportation Corporation 
St. Charles, Illinois 

Mr. V. Donald Jacobsen 

Executive Director 

Ravi Zacharias International 

Ministries 

Narcross, Georgia 



Mrs. G. Roselyn Kerlin 
Danville. Indiana 



Mr. Carl W. Moellering 

President 

Moellering Construction 

Company, Inc. 

Fort Wayne. Indiana 



Mr. Arthur D. Muselman 

President 

Economy Printing 

Berne, Indiana 



Mr. Richard Russell 

President 

Russell Homes, Inc., General 

Contractors and Land 

Developers 

Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan 

Dr. Fred S. Stockinger 
Cardiovascular Surgeon 
Grand Rapids. Michigan 



Dr. James H. Woods 

General and Vascular Surgeon 

Milwaukee General and Vascular 

Surgery. S.C. 

Milwaukee. Wisconsin 



Mr. Paul Zurcher 

Zurcher's Tire, Inc. 

Monroe, Indiana 



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Class of '88 officers looked to pre- 
vious graduating classes for inspiration 
in choosing their class gift. "We were in- 
spired by earlier classes such as the class of '31 
and the class of '38," says Jamey Schmitz, class presi- 
dent. "The class of '31 literally laid the floor of the 
gymnasium and the men in the class of '38 laid a side- 



walk for 
Morris Hall 
while the women 
served lemonade." 
Circle Park thus represents the 
continual blending of past, present, and future as the 
charge is passed to new generations for faithful keeping. 



Loving and learning: "What you care about, you 
tend to preserve," says Dr. Harold Snyder 
(opposite page), explaining his passion for teach- 
ing people about the environment by involving 
them in it. Photographs by Doug Marlow '81 



What can one person do? One could do worse than be a 

Land lover and friend to geese 



BY DOUGLAS J. R. MARLOW '81 



arold Snyder remains a 
gentle, compassionate 
man — even when he gets 
his dander up. One 
winter some years ago, an 
unknown poacher incurred his 
wrath by bagging 11 of the 17 
Canada geese just starting to nest 
on fenced-in Louie's Pond near 
the summer science camp 
Snyder co-founded in northern 
Michigan. Unable to protect the 
flock when he returned to 
teaching duties at Taylor each 
fall, he started what became a 
twice-yearly ritual. Each fall, 
Snyder would load up the geese 
and cart them 500 miles south to 
Upland, making the return trip 
come spring. 

Whether establishing a local 
population of wildfowl, teaching 
a disinterested student, or 
driving a tractor, this Taylor 
biology professor emeritus 
demonstrates the determination 
and spunk it takes to bring about 
change in the environment. 
Unique sanctuary 

As owner of a 120-acre 
working farm three miles north 
of Mancelona, Michigan, Snyder 
is often in the midst of typical 
farm projects: cutting hay, 
tending livestock, or fixing up an 
outbuilding. His, however, is 
not the typical farming enter- 
prise. Named after a curve in 
the adjoining river, Cedar Bend 



Farm serves as a teaching center, 
a local attraction, bed and break- 
fast, and a retail outlet for hand- 
crafted products. It is a unique 
sanctuary, a place where one 
eases into the oft overlooked life 
style and values of an earlier era. 

Cedar Bend is the realization 
of Snyder's original dream to ac- 
quire a run-down farm and make 
it ecologically sound. With the 
help of his son and daughter-in- 
law, Jim '82 and Gina (Roberts 
'79) Snyder, he not only revital- 
ized the soil, but expanded the 
scope of the project to incorpo- 
rate an early American theme 
and promote early American and 
Christian values. 

A teacher at heart, Snyder de- 
signed the farm to serve as an 
educational experience. Visitors 
tour grounds and buildings pat- 
terned after those of colonial 
America. Inside, craftsmen 
weave cloth, craft wood, and 
hammer hot iron. Throughout 
the year, a variety of programs 
offer members of the local com- 
munity, senior citizens, school 
children, and college students 
special learning opportunities. 

"It's a place where people can 
come to see that there is a 
different way to live besides the 
TV-dinner or McDonald 's-on-the 
freeway race," says Snyder. 
"We promote the value of hard 
work and a simple life style, 
environmental stewardship and 
the Christian values upon which 
this country was founded." 



As much as possible, Snyder 
wants visitors to learn by doing. 
Each fall, for example, the 
freshman class of Spring Arbor 
College comes for three days of 
intensive exposure to the early 
American way of life and values. 
Activities include such physical 
labor as collecting rocks, cutting 
and peeling logs, or building 
lean-tos. "It's all part of the 
experience," Snyder says, "and a 
reminder that our ancestors 
weren't afraid of hard work." 
He looks uphill to the chapel and 
smiles. "All the rocks in that 
building were carried up that hill 
by college students." 
Driving force 

If students sometimes feel that 
Snyder can be a tough taskmas- 
ter, his family has an even better 
perspective. They know him as 
a man who goes after what he 
wants. A few years ago, the 
family considered adding on to 
their lake-front home or building 
a new house up on the hill, 
overlooking Louie's Pond. At a 
family council, the matter came 
to a vote. Snyder's was the only 
vote for moving up the hill, but 
his carried the day, one to five. 
The family conceded they liked 
the new house only after it was 
built. 

Snyder did not always exhibit 
the drive he does now. Recalling 
his student days at Michigan 
State University, he describes 
himself as halfhearted and 
unmotivated. Then studies at 




Doug Marlow '81 semes as 
editor of the award winning 
magazine, Taylor. He has served 
the university since 1989. 



Kellogg field station and expo- 
sure to the environment as an 
outdoor laboratory changed his 
view of learning. 

After graduation, he enthused 
his junior high and high school 
biology students with field trips 
and exposure to the out-of-doors. 
He and a like-minded colleague 
started a summer science camp, 
Au Sable Trails, for junior high 
students. 
Pouring out heart and soul 

"We built the buildings out of 
blood, sweat, and tears," Snyder 
observes. "For me, every 
building holds a story." For 20 
years the camp facilities and 
surrounding nature trails pre- 
sented youngsters with an in- 
depth learning-through-living 
experience. Snyder reveled in 
the opportunities to teach, share, 
and be in touch with the environ- 
ment on an intimate basis. 

In 1962, Taylor's new biology 
professor brought with him that 
same teaching emphasis and 
love for the out-of-doors. At the 
time, environmental issues gen- 
erated little interest either na- 
tionally or on Taylor's campus. 
Only 18 students enrolled in his 
first conservation class. Sny- 
der's contagious enthusiasm for 
the environment, however, soon 
saw class enrollment balloon to 
140 students. 

Returning north for the sci- 
ence camp each summer, Snyder 
was reminded of the opportuni- 
ties for learning Au Sable afford- 
ed. "I heard the Lord saying to 
me what he said to Moses," 
Snyder recalls, "namely, 'What 
is that in your hand?' The Au 
Sable acreage was unused but 
for a few weeks each year." 

In 1972, he received permis- 



sion to establish a year-round 
field station for Taylor students 
at Au Sable. He and his fam- 
ily — and the Canada geese — 
moved full time to Big Twin 
Lakes on a half-time salary 
agreement with Taylor. 

His wife Ellen knew it was a 
venture of faith, but Snyder 
didn't see it that way at the time. 
"I just figured that if we only got 
paid half as much money, we'd 
only spend half as much," he 
recalls. Then with a wry grin, "It 
didn't work that way." Some- 
how, Snyder made ends meet 
until the discovery of natural gas 
on his property laid financial 
worries to rest. 

Meanwhile, Taylor students 
were discovering the environ- 
ment in new ways at Au Sable. 
Those in conservation classes 
came to Au Sable for required 
lab work, which Snyder terms 
"a three-day environmental 
immersion." Others came for 
summer-long programs of study. 
Snyder estimates that about 1300 
students benefited from the 
Taylor field station program. 
Growing apart 

In time, however, Au Sable's 
distance and separation from the 
Taylor campus began to impede 
its ready use. With the discovery 
of oil on the property, Au Sable's 
board of trustees had the re- 
sources to establish the program 
as an independent environmental 
institute, open to many colleges 
and no longer dependent upon 
Taylor and her faculty. Respon- 
sibility for the new institute was 
placed in the hands of a full-time 
director: "A big disappointment 
for me," Snyder admits. 

When invited to return to the 
Upland campus. Snyder chose 



instead to take early retirement 
and further develop Cedar Bend 
Farm. Two years earlier, he had 
led a class up to the ridge that 
overlooks the Cedar River. 
Telling them of his desire to 
restore a run-down farm, he 
pointed and said, "There, that's 
the kind of place I'm looking 
for." Six months later, the place 
was his. He set about rejuvenat- 
ing the farm's soil and refurbish- 
ing its buildings. 
Lengthy detour 

"I took a detour through 20 or 
30 years of teaching to get to 
farming — where I probably 
should have started in the first 
place," he says. "I'm having the 
most fun when I'm riding my 
tractor: disking, driving, plough- 
ing, cultivating — that's where I 
get my best ideas." Those ideas 
call for further building projects 
at Cedar Bend, including a 
replica of an early American 
town hall. 

Snyder enjoys living in close 
communion with the land. The 
new house up on the hill over- 
looks Louie's Pond where, in 
spite of the early threats of 
poachers, a flock of Canada 
geese has long since taken 
permanent residence. "Once 
they start nesting in a place, 
they'll keep returning there." 
Snyder explains. 

For generations to come. Can- 
ada geese will wing their way 
onto Louie's Pond. So. too. for 
generations to come. Dr. Harold 
Snyder's legacy will be felt 
across the country: through the 
young people he inspired, the 
students he taught (now teachers 
and environmentalists in their 
own right), and the institutions 
he helped to shape and mold. C 



Tim Twining ' 90 graduated with 
a major in biology and an 
environmental science cognate. 
He was a catalyst in starting 
Taylor's campus-wide recycling 
program. 





By doing your part, you can start 



Loving tomorrow's neighbors today 



BY TIM L. TWINING 



Attitudes toward the envi- 
ronment have changed in 
the last few years. People 
who once looked down on 
those who were environmentally 
active are now rinsing out their 
bottles and cans to be recycled. 
Too few Christians, however, 
have their hands in that dishwa- 
ter. I often wonder, "Will we as 
Christians be the last to demon- 
strate concern for the world in 
which we live?" 

Granted, environmental 
concerns are not expressly 
spiritual matters. Yet, too often 
they are viewed as "worldly" 



problems, of no concern to the 
church. As Christians, however, 
our concern for the creation 
ought to grow out of our love 
and respect for the Creator. Car- 
ing for the environment must be- 
come a high priority for Chris- 
tians, for the way we treat our 
earth today will affect the well- 
being of generations to come. 
If we carelessly destroy the 
atmosphere's ozone layer today, 
millions of people will tomorrow 
die of skin cancer. If we pollute 
and consume all our water 
resources today, there will not be 
clean water to drink tomorrow. 
Christ requires us to love our 
neighbors. One way we can love 
our neighbors for generations 



into the future is to change our 
earth-damaging lifestyles today. 
"But what can I do?" you ask. 
Indeed, the changes we have to 
make can seem overwhelming 
and leave us with the feeling that 
we really can't do anything. 
However, as Edmund Burke 
comments, "Nobody made a 
greater mistake than he who did 
nothing because he could do 
only a little." Burke's observa- 
tion applies perfectly to our 
relationship to the environment. 
Yes, each of us can do only a 
little, but it would be tragic if we 
gave it up as a lost cause. If each 
of us makes a small difference, 
our combined efforts will result 
in an enormous impact. 



Once again the question, 
"What can I do?" The answer, 
"Plenty." To get started, here are 
a few environmental problems 
and practical ways you can help. 
Recycle. 

Recycling saves landfill 
space. It also reduces the use of 
natural resources and energy, 
which in turn reduces air and 
water pollution. Many commu- 
nities have recycling centers. 
Use them. It takes a little time, 
but can make a huge difference 
in the environment. 
Reuse shopping bags. 

Rather than throwing away 
grocery bags and plastic shop- 
ping bags, take them with you 
the next time you shop and 
reduce waste and resource use. 
Just say "No. " 

Then again, if you don't need 
a bag when you shop, don't get 
one. Most stores will put your 
purchase in a bag without 
asking, even if it is only one 
item. If you can do without a 
bag, simply say, "I don't need a 
bag, thanks." Help save a tree. 
Avoid excessive packaging. 

Many companies use unwar- 
ranted amounts of plastic and 
cardboard packaging for their 
products. Look for products that 
use less packaging material or 
come in recyclable containers, 
even if they cost a little more. 
This will encourage companies 
to use more environmentally 
sound packaging. 
Use rechargeable batteries. 

Americans use two billion 
disposable batteries every year, 
all of which contain toxic heavy 
metals such as mercury and 
cadmium. These metals can leak 
in landfills, polluting groundwa- 
ter. Rechargeable batteries also 



contain metals, but can be used 
as many as 1000 times, drasti- 
cally reducing the number of 
batteries thrown away. While 
initially more expensive, re- 
chargeable batteries soon pay for 
themselves economically and 
environmentally. 
Get a tune up. 

Having a well-tuned car can 
save up to 10 percent in fuel 
efficiency. Keep proper air pres- 
sure in your tires. Change your 
oil regularly. 
Reduce water use. 

Believe it or not, we are 
running out of water. Ground- 
water levels have dropped 
drastically because of our high 
volume of water use. Every day 
we use a lot of water to make 
ourselves look good — too much, 
in fact. Letting the water run 
while you brush your teeth and 
shave wastes water. Turning off 
the faucet while you brush can 
save five gallons and as much as 
15 gallons can be saved if you 
run the water only when you 
need to rinse your razor. You 
can save over five gallons of 
water for each minute you cut 
off your shower time. 
Save the juice. 

Electricity is produced by 
burning coal, which is a major 
source of acid rain. If we use 
less electricity, less coal has to 
be burned. Turn off the lights, 
fan, television, and other energy 
users when you leave the room. 
Drive less. 

While we know that carbon 
dioxide gas from cars threatens 
our future by increasing the 
green house effect, few people 
are willing to change their 
driving habits. Try walking or 
bikins short distances. Don't 



drive to the store everytime you 
want something, but combine 
your shopping trips to save 
miles. Car pooling is also a 
good way to save fuel. 
Boycott CFCs. 

Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) 
are the coolants in our air- 
conditioners. They are used in 
some spray cans and in the 
plastic foam insulation of fast 
food packaging. When released 
into the atmosphere, these gases 
destroy ozone in the upper 
atmosphere, which protects us 
from the sun's harmful rays. 
This ozone depletion will result 
in an estimated 200 million extra 
skin cancer deaths in the next 
hundred years. Read labels and 
avoid spray cans that use CFCs. 
If the freon in your car's air con- 
ditioner has leaked out. consider 
whether or not you really need to 
refill it. If you decide it is neces- 
sary, fix the leak first. 
Avoid styrofoam 
and plastic dishes. 

The production of all styro- 
foam and plastic creates hazard- 
ous waste. Buy paper cups and 
plates. Better yet, use real dishes 
and wash them. 
Get started. 

Get your hands in the dishwa- 
ter! These are only a few ways 
you can help keep the earth safe 
for future generations. In the 
end, the best thing you can do is 
become informed about what 
needs to be done, and then act on 
your knowledge. Sooner or later 
we will have to make changes in 
our life styles. If we do it 
sooner, we can leave the world a 
beautiful and healthy place for 
future generations. As Chris- 
tians. God has given us this as a 
charge to keep. ■ 



TAYLOR CLUB 



Taylor gatherings in this country and internation- 
ally unite alumni, friends, current students and 
their parents, and prospective students and their 
parents— friends, all, who share a common interest 
in Taylor University. 







Song of hope: Christine Wyrtzen 
shared powerfully from the heart 
with conferees of all ages. 



Taylor Christian Life Conference touches lives 

"Encouragement" was the theme for the Taylor Christian Life 
Conference and it proved to be just that for the alumni, parents, 
friends and youth groups who convened on campus June 29-July 1 . 

President Jay Kesler served as keynote speaker for the weekend. 
Concert artist, musician, author, and speaker Christine Wyrtzen 
provided the music and presented a concert on Saturday night. 
Kesler, Wyrtzen, and several Taylor faculty members presented 
workshops building upon the conference's theme. 

A separate junior and senior high program challenged the young 
people in attendance, while Jill Parkinson, as the character "Jilly- 
bean," provided the children's programming for K-5th graders. 

Throughout the weekend, workshop leaders shared insights — 
sometimes heart-rending lessons — from personal experience with 
conferees who, in turn, had opportunity to verbalize their own 
struggles. The consensus of those attending was that they felt the 
presence of a special spirit of openness. One conferee puts it this 
way: "This is more than just any conference. There is something 
special, unique, even life-changing, about what goes on here." 



Chicago, Illinois 

June 1, 13th biannual Loop 

Luncheon for alumni and 

friends 
Guests: President Jay Kesler '58, 

Tom Essenburg x'70 
Hosts: John Clarkson, Jr. '72, 

Charlie Hess '71, and Skip 

Gianopulos '87 

Archbold, Ohio 

June 4, dinner at the Barn 
Restaurant of Sauder Farm 
and Museum for alumni, 
parents, friends, current, new, 
and prospective students 
Guest: President Jay Kesler '58 
Hosts: Doug '74 & Kathy 
(Sonnenberg '75) Rupp 

Bloomington, Indiana 

June 7, in conjunction with 
Southern United Methodist 
Conference meetings 
Guest: George Glass '58 
Host: Rev. Mark Dodd '78 



Greater Indianapolis 

June 23, picnic at Eagle Creek 

Park for alumni, parents, and 

friends 
Hosts: Charlie '77 & Donna 

(Shaerer '76) Tripple and club 

council 

Kanderdern, West Germany 

June 24, dinner at Hans 
Palmgarten for European 
alumni with alumni tour 
group from the United States 

Hosts: Dave '65 & Karen 
(Plueddeman '66) Horsey 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

July 14, picnic at Cedarville 
Park for alumni, parents, and 
friends 

Guests: Denise Bakerink, 
George Glass '58 

Hosts: Cindy Kraus '86, Kerry 
Oren '84, Ron Shaw '57 and 
Todd '81 & Cindy (Glass '82) 
Shinabarger 



West Michigan Taylor Club 

August 2, picnic for current and 
new students, parents, alumni, 
and friends 

Guests: Tim Herrmann '75, 
George Glass '58 

Hosts: Bob '81 & Wendy 
Brummeler assisted by Bob 
'63 & Dawn Larsen, Dave '72 
& Carole (Pickering '73) 
MacRae, Denny '73 & Sheri 
(Poehler '75) Thompson, Fred 
'63 & Jane Stockinger, Dana 
'76 & Judy (Grotenhuis '77) 
Sommers, and Randall '75 & 
Diane (Fuller '77) Sellhorn 

Greater Cincinnati 

August 18, picnic at Hidden 
Valley Lake for current and 
new students, alumni, parents 
and friends 

Hosts: Wendell '56 & Diane 
(Beghtel x'56) True, assisted 
by Kenji Matsudo '92 and 
Missy Slough '93 



TRADITION 




Wesley 

Robinson '50, 
history writer 



William Taylor 
visited the 13- 
year-old col- 
lege in 1859. 




Benefactress 
Ella Ma gee's 
confidence in 
the school 
was justified. 




1859 

As a young 
man of 38, 
William 
Taylor 
visited Fort 
Wayne 
College, 
never 

dreaming it 
would one 
day be 
renamed in 
his honor. 




Guess who's 
coming to dinner? 

William Taylor was asked to 
establish Methodism in Califor- 
nia by Bishop Beverly Waugh, 
the same man who ordained 
Reuben D. Robinson, Taylor 
University president for 16 years 
between 1855 and 1877. 

Perhaps that was a subject of 
conversation between Taylor and 
Robinson when the former 
visited then Fort Wayne College 
and its first family. 

Taylor records his 1859 visit 
to the school in his book, The 
Model Preacher: 

"A few weeks since, 1 spent 
a night at Fort Wayne 
College. Brother Robinson 
(R. D. Robinson), the 
President, his good lady 
(Mary K. Mahurin Robin- 
son) and myself having 
returned from church, were 
conversing in the parlor, 
when a messenger came in 
and handed the President a 
telegraph dispatch." 
The message related that Mrs. 
Robinson's father had died at 
Lafayette. Mrs. Robinson, two 
of her sisters and a brother were 
students at the college at the 
time, Taylor notes. 

It was to 
be another 
36 years 
before Taylor 
would again 
make a docu- 
mented visit to the college, 
by then at her present location 
in Upland and named in his 
honor. 



1923 

Two times, 
Ella Magee 
saved 
Taylor from 
bankruptcy. 
Her original 
interest in 
the school 
is unknown, 
but what 
she did for 
the univer- 
sity will 
always be 
remem- 
bered. 



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Twice, with wolves 
howling at door... 

Crisis struck in 1923 when 
Taylor University did not have 
the liquid assets to make the 
payment due on $30,000 worth 
of mortgage bonds. Claimants 
filed suit. President John Paul 
formed an official corporation, 
the Legal Hundred, to purchase 
the school and avert bankruptcy. 
Carpet manufacturing heir Ella 
Magee paid the S50.000 pur- 
chase price for the corporation. 

A few years later, she donated 
an additional $50,000 toward 
construction of the Magee- 
Campbell-Wisconsin Dormitory. 
The school's assets rose, though 
they were nearly all in non- 
liquid form. Creditors demand- 
ing immediate cash payment 
were difficult to satisfy and. 
with the outbreak of the Depres- 
sion, grew less patient. By 
1933, the school was again in 
court trying to stave off the 
death-by-bankruptcy fate that 
came to many institutions during 
that decade. 

A new corporation, the 
William Taylor Foundation, was 
formed to purchase the school. 
Magee agreed to donate another 
$32,600, most of which was 
used to purchase the institution 
for the foundation. 

In both instances, the change 
in ownership reflected an eco- 
nomic necessity, not a change in 
the governance, educational 
goals, or spiritual mission of the 
university. Also in both cases. 
Ella Magee 's generosity, belief 
in the school, and far- 
reaching vision played a 
prominent role. 



TRADITION 



Dr. William 
Tinkle actively 
promoted his 
faith. 




Youth Confer- 
ence has long 
attracted 
visitors from 
across the 
Midwest. 




Science, faith: not-so- 
strange bedfellows 

In 1941, a group of scientists 
formed an organization for the 
purpose of defending the Bible 
against the perceived inroads 
being made by modern science. 

The new organization was 
entitled the American Scientific 
Affiliation. Its charter stipulated 
that it was to be a group of 
Christian scientific men and 
women devoted to the task of re- 
viewing, preparing, and distrib- 
uting information on the authen- 
ticity, historicity, and scientific 
aspects of the Holy Scriptures. 

Dr. William J. Tinkle, head of 
Taylor's biology department, 
was active in the organization. 
In 1948, his essay was among 
those published in the group's 
first collective labor, Eleven 
Essays on the Relationship of the 
Bible to Modern Science. Other 
essays addressed astronomy, ge- 
ology, anthropology, chemistry 
and psychology. 

Tinkle was a member of both 
the American Genetics Associa- 
tion and the Indiana Academy of 
Science. Zondervan Publishing 
House pub- 
lished his 
textbook on 
zoology. 



1948 

Taylor 
faculty 
encourage 
students to 
integrate 
faith and 
learning — 
and often 
are them- 
selves at 
the 

forefront 
of such 
activity. 




Enduring work 
still touches lives 

Though the annual Youth 
Conference for high school 
students turns 57 this school 
year, its purpose remains the 
same as when it was instituted 
on April 13-15, 1934. Then 
called "The Spiritual Conference 
of Indiana Youth," it climaxed 
the efforts of the student Gospel 
Team Organization (GTO). 

Sponsors Dr. J. F. Cotting- 
ham, professor of religious 
education, and Dean of Women 
Agnes Gerkin encouraged GTO 
students throughout the year as 
teams of singers, preachers, and 
evangelists went to various 
churches to assist with song, 
sermon and testimony. That 
spring the GTO instituted a con- 
ference that was to outlast the 
organization itself and to have 
dramatic influence on the lives 
of teenagers for years to come. 

Geared to high school stu- 
dents and their sponsors, Youth 
Conference is planned and 
produced each year by Taylor 
students. It is a mammoth 
undertaking, requiring concen- 
trated effort by hundreds of 
students working in such areas 
as publicity, registration, accom- 
modations, discussion groups, 
altar counselors, and music. 

Since its founding in the 
Depression years, the conference 
has a twofold purpose. First, it 
attempts to present the person of 
Jesus Christ to high school 
students. Second, it brings 
young people to a college 
campus, giving them a taste of 
what many of them will experi- 
ence in years to come. 



1 934-91 

That spring 
the GTO 
instituted a 
conference 
that was to 
outlast the 
organiza- 
tion itself 
and to have 
dramatic 
influence 
on the lives 
of teens for 
years to 
come. 



ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT 



Delicate touch (opposite page): His peers around 
the world recognize Dr. Robert Schenck as a 
leading microsurgeon, skilled at performing 
intricate surgical procedures under a microscope. 

Photographs on pages 24 and 26 coutesy of Hand Surgery. Ltd. 



Alumnus blends faith, vocation in 

Healing hands 

To hear some of his former patients talk is to believe that Dr. 
Robert Schenck '51 is a miracle worker. Perhaps that's not far from 
the truth. For them, Schenck is the man who offers hope and heal- 
ing, and the chance to achieve a type of normalcy they thought might 
never again be possible. 

Some five years ago, Schenck founded Hand Therapy, Ltd. with 
the first free-standing units in the Chicago area totally devoted to 
providing hand therapy by specially trained occupational therapists. 
Today, Hand Therapy. Ltd. boasts eight of these "high tech" units. 

How Robert Schenk — only child of his mother's six children to 
even attend college — came to be an influential surgeon is tribute to 
his boundless determination in the face of formidable obstacles. 



Our central Illinois farm — 
together with the rest of the 
country — was caught in the 
midst of the depression when I 
was born in 1931. Times were 
hard. I was only 1 1 years old 
when my mother died of colon 
cancer. Though my father was 
not particularly religious, I con- 
tinued to attend the local Meth- 
odist church where my mother 
had gone. At age 14, while 
attending a Youth for Christ 
(YFC) convention, I responded 
to the altar call and accepted 
Christ. I knew that my life was 
different and immediately won- 
dered if I should become a min- 
ister. I heard about Taylor 
University at summer camp. A 
minister there told me that 
students at Taylor really knew 
that God existed and that Jesus 
was their Savior. 
Upland bound 

The first person I met when I 
arrived in Upland was my future 
Greek teacher. He thought I was 
somebody's little brother. I was 



only 15 years old at the time. 
And in some ways, I became a 
little brother to the many stu- 
dents who were ex-servicemen 
just back from WW II. 

Life at Taylor wasn't always 
easy, but I was determined to 
succeed. I had to work 20 hours 
each week in the dining room 
serving food. Eventually, I 
worked my salary up from 35 
cents to 50 cents per hour. I also 
served as manager of the basket- 
ball team for three years. I was 
just 5 feet 2 inches tall, but I 
loved the competitive spirit of 
the players — and it showed. 
Coach Don Odle would often 
point to me and encourage his 
short-in-stature Taylor basketball 
team by saying, "It's not the size 
of the boy in the fight, but the 
size of the fight in the boy." 

For two years I struggled, 
trying to decide on a major. I 
was very shy and thought that if 
I did become a minister, the only 
noise I would make each Sunday 
morning would come from my 



knees knocking together. Then. 
at a summer YFC convention. I 
heard Oswald J. Smith say that 
God wanted people in every 
walk of life. It was as if he were 
talking directly to me. I knew I 
had a talent in science, so when I 
returned to Taylor as a junior 
that fall I began cramming three 
years of pre-medical courses into 
two years. My goal was to 
become a medical missionary to 
Ethiopia where one of my 
roommates, Kebede Gebrigiorgis 
(George, for short), was from. 
Medical school 

Upon graduation from Taylor, 
I was accepted to the University 
of Illinois Medical School. I had 
no money — just $300 in bonds 
left to me by my mother. I went 
anyway and worked my way 
through. Again, times were 
tough. My father died in a 
retirement home at the end of 
my first year in medical school. 
That summer I had one full-time 
and four part-time jobs, and 
worked 17-hour days. I saved 
$1,000 and some 160 meal 
tickets to use one meal a day 
through that second year in 
medical school. The last two 
years were comparatively easy, 
as I lived and worked in a 
hospital as an ■"extern." 
Early days as a doctor 

I interned in Akron, Ohio, 
then worked at the Indian 
Hospital in Minnesota before 
transferring to the National 
Leprosarium in Louisiana, where 
I first saw reconstructive hand 
surgery. Then as a medical mis- 
sionary in Ethiopia in 1960-61. I 
began doing the first such 
surgery in that country. 

When my daughter was bom 
with spina bifida, I returned to 



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ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT 



the United States quite suddenly. 
As I had no specialty training, I 
worked for five years as a 
general practitioner. Almost 
miraculously, a prize in medical 
photography gave me and my 
family a three month tour of 
mission friends around the 
world. When we got to India, I 
saw the hospital that our beloved 
Paul Brand had worked at in 
performing surgery on leprosy 
patients. When we arrived in 
Ethiopia, I was told that a similar 
hospital would be built there. 
Inquiring about the possibilities 
of my serving there, I was rather 
rudely told that, even in Africa, 
"We want a real surgeon." 
Surgeon's training 

That did it. When I arrived 
back in the United States, I told 
Paul Brand that I would have to 
specialize. He gave me five 
leads — one of which eventually 
led to a residency in plastic 
surgery at the famed Columbia- 
Presbyterian Medical Center in 
New York. The way opened for 
me to have a fellowship at 
Roosevelt Hospital with Dr. J. 
William Litter, acknowledged as 
our country's finest hand sur- 
geon. From there, a position 
opened up at the newly rees- 
tablished Rush Medical College 
and the Rush-Presbyterian St. 
Luke's Medical Center in 
Chicago. This is where I am 
today as director of the Section 
of Hand Surgery and associate 
professor in the departments of 
plastic and orthopedic surgery. 
Stress 

Such a drive can exact its toll 
on both family and self. My 
daughter born with spina bifida 
died at age 15. My wife and I 
divorced not Ions afterwards. In 




Robert Schenck, M.D. '51 

the ensuing stress, I had a single 
coronary bypass operation. For 
eight years now, I have been on 
a strict Pritikin dietary and 
exercise program. I'm remarried 
and my wife, Marci, is extremely 
supportive of my professional 
and personal efforts. 
No compromise 

Striving to be the best I can be 
has always been a part of my 
nature. Knowing that I was the 
only one of my mother's six 
children able to attend college 
only intensified this ambition. 
Too, I knew that the general 
practitioner who had cared for 
my mother missed diagnosing 
her cancer for about a year. I 
resolved I would never make 
such a mistake. 

While in still medical school. 



my drive to excel was strongly 
reinforced by two people. One 
was Dr. Robert Cochrane, the 
famed British leprologist and 
renowned medical missionary at 
Vellore, India. He told a group 
of us students that some mission- 
ary physicians practiced "bad 
medicine" and that first of all, as 
Christians, we must not dishonor 
our Lord's name that way — even 
in the cause of "witnessing" or 
preaching. As Christians, he 
said, we must first of all be 
"good doctors." 

Dr. C. Everett Koop, later to 
be known to all as our prin- 
cipled, outspoken Surgeon 
General of the United States, 
also influenced my life. As a 
student I read his little mono- 
graph, "Christian Medicine — 
Compromise with Mediocrity?" 
In the article, he states that too 
often Christian physicians do 
just that. As doctors, he says, 
our calling is to be the best 
physician that we can be — and 
by so doing, we reflect honor 
and respect on our Lord. 
In conclusion 

Through it all, I've tried to 
apply these lessons to my life. I 
do not believe that we have two 
separate "pockets" for faith and 
life-work, but rather, that they 
are properly united and inte- 
grated into our entire web of 
life's thoughts and actions. — RS 



Schenck has now turned his attention to what is termed the new 
"industrial epidemic" — loss of feeling in and use of the hands due to 
repetitive use, a common form of which is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. 

Always an innovator, Schenck has developed a hand injury 
prevention program aimed at early detection and treatment of this 
disease which may affect 100,000 people nationwide each year. 

He refuses to compromise with mediocrity. As his patients will 
avow, there are thousands of people throughout the Chicagoland 
metropolitan area who are the better for that stance. 



Betty Freese, 
Alumni notes editor 




1926 



Dorwin V. Whitenack and 

Mildred Martin were married 
June 1. Their address is 3115 
Kimball Avenue, Toledo, OH 
43610-1612. 



1927 



Rev. Marcius Taber died March 
22 at M.J. Clark Memorial 
Home where he had lived for 
over two years. He is survived 
by wife Mearl (Himelick x'25) 
who lives at the Clark Home in 
Michigan. 



1932 



Mary (Rice) Hawley and 

husband Lawrence, a retired UM 
minister, visited their daughter, 
Joann (Hawley x'65) 
Tolzmann, and her family in 
Frankfurt, Germany, this sum- 
mer. Joann is a teacher with the 
Department of Defense. Mary 
and Lawrence live at 467-C 
Calle Cadiz, Laguna Hills, CA 
92653. 



1933 



Rev. Nathan Tyler died April 10 
in Toccoa Falls, Georgia. 
Nathan and wife Clara (Van- 
derlan x'36) served as mission- 
aries with the C&MA in Zaire 
for thirty years. Clara's address 
is P.O. Box 800065, Toccoa 
Falls, GA 30598. 



1934 



Park & Helen (Walhof '39) 
Anderson celebrated their 50th 
wedding anniversary last year. 
# Mina (Herman) Derby and 



husband Richard celebrated their 
8th wedding anniversary last 
year. • Mary "Izzy" (Deich) 
Forgy is retired and active in her 
church. • Art & Esta 
(Herrmann 4 36) Howard are 
busy attending and participating 
in mission conferences. • 
Donald Kenyon teaches at 
Toccoa Falls College. • Doris 
(Wilson) Porter still works in 
the Upland library. • Rowena 
(Walker) Stucky is retired from 
teaching and is on the Board of 
Trustees of the Warren United 
Methodist Home. • Ella Mae 
(Davis) Thomas and husband 
Elliot were guests of the Taylor 
Board of Trustees in February 
1989 at Boca Raton, Florida. • 
Helen (Gilmore) Traw is retired 
from teaching. 



1938 



Rev. Glenber Sutton died June 
10 of an aneurysm while leading 
a church service. Wife Hazel 
lives at Maranatha Village, 3176 
Circle Lane, Springfield, MO 
65803. 



1940 



Bill & Betty Moreland cele- 
brated their 50th wedding 
anniversary on September 13, 
1990. They presently live at 
Providence Place in Whitby, 
Ontario. Daughter Martha 
(Moreland x'65) Hyde lives in 
Hannibal, New York. 



1945 



After serving the Lord in the 
UM ministry for 47 years, John 
Siner and wife Gerri have 
retired to 4660 Happy Hollow 



Drive, Bloomington, IN 47401. 



1948 



Bill Stone retired June 8 after 42 
years of ministry in the Detroit 
Annual Conference of the UM 
Church. During a dinner in his 
honor, he received several 
tributes, including a Congres- 
sional Certificate from US 
Congressman Robert Davis. Bill 
and wife Helen live at 7357 
Lakewood Drive, Oscoda, MI 
48750. Helen is manager of jet 
engines for Wurtsmith Air Force 
Base. 



1952 



Ruby Enns reports that, after 
over six years of praying and 
planning, their new CEEFI 
office building opened June 1 . 
Ruby serves with Christian 
Education of the Evangelical 
Fellowship of India, 156 Charles 
Campbell Road Extension, Cox 
Town, Bangalore-560005, India. 



1953 



Barbara Hovda retired in 
February from her missionary 
service with Overseas Mission- 
ary Fellowship in Taiwan, and is 
now living at 935 Tall Timbers 
Road, Apt. 1, Nisswa, MN 
56468. 



1955 



Jack Augustine received the 
EdD degree in May from the 
University of Arkansas. Jack & 
Ramona (Ferguson) live at 
1902 West Jefferson Street, 
Siloam Springs, AR 72761. Jack 
is athletic director at John Brown 



Cruise: Taylor University's second annual Good 
News Bible Cruise will be March 4-8, 1991. Dr. 
Charles Stanley, Dr. Andy Stanley and Zig Zigler 
are the scheduled Bible study leaders. For more 
information, contact Nelson Rediger or Gene Rupp 
at Taylor University, Office of Estate Planning, 
1-800-882-3456. 



University. • Mike & Lorena (Smith 
x'56) Murphy celebrated 30 years of 
ministry in Brazil last August. In 
January they will return to the states for 
two months of deputation. They are 
missionaries with OMS, and their field 
address is Caixa Postal 58, 86.001 
Londrina. Parana, Brazil. 



1956 



Margaret Bash reports that a house has 
been purchased to serve as a center for 
training and literature distribution in the 
evangelization of the children of 
Hungary. Margaret is a missionary with 
Child Evangelism Fellowship. Her 
address is Murlingengasse 50/9, A-1120 
Vienna, Austria. • Following 21 years 
of pastoral service in the Friends Church 
in California and Oregon, Ron 
Woodward is now in his third and final 
year of a short-term assignment training 
pastors and lay leaders for urban 
ministry in the Friends Church in 
Kenya. Currently residing in Nairobi, 
Ron and family plan to return to the US 
in the summer of 1991. 



1958 



Last December Bob & Betty (Godsey) 

Davis moved from Miami, where Bob 
had served as pastor of Old Cutler 
Presbyterian Church, to 1 1570 SW 88 
Court, Ocala, FL 32676. Their book. 
My Journey Into Alzheimer' s Disease, 
has been accepted by the Library of 
Congress for Books for the Blind. 



1960 



Dr. Howard Mathisen is a licensed 
psychologist and co-director of 
Counseling Affiliates, a private practice 
of eight therapists. He is a clergyman in 
the New England Synod of the Evan- 
gelical Lutheran Church in America, 
assigned to specialized ministry. In 
addition, he serves as part-time assistant 
pastor in his congregation, as well as in 
various leadership positions in his 
Synod. His address is 3 16 Edgebrook 
Drive, Boylston, MA 01505. 



1964 



Garry Parker, a UM minister in 
Maryland, brought to the Taylor chapel 
audience on April 18 a first-person 
report from Bishop William Taylor. 



Dressed in the beard and garb familiar in 
photos of Bishop Taylor, Garry took the 
audience with him as he remembered the 
long years of Taylor's outstanding 
ministry around the world. Garry has 
done extensive research on Bishop 
Taylor's life and ministry in connection 
with his PhD program at Princeton 
Theological Seminary. 



1965 



Judy (Boyko) Imperial received the 
MA in information systems management 
with emphasis on corporate training in 
1989 from New York University. She 
was again selected Instructor of the Year 
at Berkeley College of Business where 
she is also academic advisor of 
continuing education. She and husband 
Lou have two sons — Tim, a junior at 
Taylor, and Jeff, a junior at Wheaton. 
The family's address is 69 Aqueduct 
Avenue, Midland Park, NJ 07432. 



1966 



Alyce (Dick x) Falkenstein died of 
cancer on April 6. Her husband. 
Edward, lives at 1207 West Poplar 
Street, York, PA 17404. • Robert 
Steedman died April 3 of double 
pneumonia. Until his health failed in 
December 1989, Robert had taught in an 
adult education program at Spanish 
Coalition for Jobs in Chicago. He is 
survived by his parents. Rev. Garfield 
'37 & Marian (Matthew x'38) 
Steedman, and brothers Donald and 
Richard. 



1968 



Rev. Larry Austin received the Doctor 
of Ministry degree from McCormick 
Theological Seminary in June. He is 
interim pastor of St. Andrew's Presbyte- 
rian Church in Dearborn Heights, 
Michigan, and is currently working on a 
PhD in philosophy at Michigan State 
University. 



1969 



Roger & Heather (Klassen) Ewald 

have adopted three more children — 
Crystal (8). Terry (7) and Alex (3). 
Their other children are Mary and 
Christina. The Ewald family lives at 
91 1 Eddy Court, Wheaton, IL 60187. • 
Chris & Hettie (Hardin) Stauffer 



returned to the Philippines in the 
summer of 1989 where they serve under 
Wycliffe Bible Translators at Faith 
Academy. Last season Chris coached 
the girls' softball team to its first league 
championship. The Stauffers and their 
four children may be addressed at Box 
820, 1299 Makati. Philippines. 



1971 



Suzan (Scott) Gonser is a single parent 
of two sons, Luke (12) and Joel (6). and 
a 2nd-grade teacher in a classroom of 
children from a variety of races. She 
enjoys following her sons' sports 
activities, as well as bicycling, fishing 
and going with them to the beach. They 
attend Grace Baptist Church where Sue 
is active in children's church ministry. 
Their address is 4023 Albany Road. 
LaBelle. FL 33935. • John Jentes is a 
physician in family practice with two 
other Christian doctors. He also serves 
as physician for high school athletics 
and Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 
and is a youth leader and elder in Grace 
Brethren Church. Joy (Pence) teaches 
2nd grade at Ashland Christian School, 
is cheerleading advisor, and assists John 
in youth work. Their children are Eric 
(19). a TU freshman in pre-med. Dan 
(16) and Christy (14). They would like 
to hear from Taylor friends at 1002 
Sandusky Street. Ashland. OH 44805. 



1972 



Arleen (Quarfoot) Staub has been 
promoted to fiction editor at Good 
Housekeeping magazine in New York. 



1973 



Gerri (Covert) Jenny has just had two 
books published by Murdoch Books — 
Toys and Games for Children to Stake 
and Rainy Day Activities for Children. 
Gerri is a former elementary teacher 
with an MS from Shippensburg Uni- 
versity. Husband Fred "71 is director of 
academic computing and computer 
science professor at Grove City College. 
The Jenny children are Nate ( 14). Seth 
(11) and Joy (7). The family lives at 
608 Stockton Avenue. Grove City. PA 
16127. • James YanOosting has 
published Electing J J., his second novel 
for young readers. His first children's 
book. Maxie's Ghost, was published in 
1987. He has also published three 



Married: Professor of History and Archivist 
Dwight Mikkelson and Mary Perry were married 
on May 27, 1990. Their address is 227 West 7th, 
Hartford City, Indiana 47348. 



business communication textbooks, and 
is currently working on another textbook 
and a novel for adult readers. Jim, who 
has a PhD from Northwestern, is 
professor and chair of the department of 
speech communication at Southern Il- 
linois University. He and wife Kathryn 
(Jenkinson) and their two sons live at 
R. R. 3, Box 43, Cobden, IL 62920 in a 
log house on an 1818 farmstead. 



Kate and Emily. The Turnows live at 
719 Red Fox Road, Findlay, OH 45840. 



1980 



1974 



Don Johns earned an MDiv degree from 
Regent College of the U of BC, 
Vancouver, in May 1989. Previous to 
entering Regent, Don had worked for 1 1 
years in technical, human resources, and 
production management for Armstrong 
World Industries in Lancaster, PA. In 
his free time he did volunteer work and 
operated a small farm. On July 15, 
1989, he married Kathleen Keightley. 
They are now teaching for one year in 
mainland China. Their permanent 
address is 8645 South 19th, Bozeman, 
MT 59715. • Doug&KathylSonnen- 
berg '75) Rupp announce the birth of 
Eric David on April 4. Their other 
children are Kristin (9) and Jordan (5). 
The family lives at 240 Dogwood Court, 
Archbold, OH 43502. 



1975 



Roy & Marabeth (Johannes) Ringen- 
berg and family returned to Ecuador in 
June where they serve with World Radio 
Missionary Fellowship. In November 
Roy, a physician, becomes medical 
director of Vozandes Hospital in Quito. 
• Charles & Jennifer (Wysong) 
Vance, together with son Timothy, 
joyfully announce the birth of Margaret 
Alese Vincent Vance on March 28. The 
Vance family resides in Bethesda, 
Maryland. 



1976 



Brice & Lydia Brenneman are serving 
as directors of Hope Secondary School 
for Boys in the Israeli-occupied West 
Bank. They and their children, Jonathan 
and Jameel, are there on a two-year 
assignment with the Mennonite Central 
Committee. • Mike & Laurie 
(Robinson '77) Turnow were blessed 
with the birth of their fifth daughter, 
Jessica Lyn, on June 27. She was 
welcomed home by Sara, Elizabeth, 



1978 



Mike & Marilyn Avers are the thankful 
parents of triplets, born May 23. They 
are Allyson Sue, Brooks Michael and 
Conner Keith. Their address is R.R. 5, 
Box 527. Nashville, IN 47448. • 
Megan Elizabeth was bom to Mark & 
Barb (Chapman) Robinson on April 7. 
The family's address is P.O. Box 683, 
Ganges, BC, Canada V0S 1E0. 



1979 



Ken & Sherry (Sims x'81) Hendricks 
announce the birth of Matthew David on 
May 1 1. Ken is a senior programmer 
analyst at Meijer, Inc., and Sherry is an 
accountant at Wolverine World Wide. 
The Hendricks reside at 3378 Balsam 
NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505. • 
Michael Reger has been named 
executive director of Referral Medicine 
Publishing, Inc.. in Dallas, a national 
firm specializing in publishing regional 
physician medical journals and periodi- 
cals. Mike formerly served as vice 
president of corporate development at 
East Texas Hospital Foundation in 
Tyler. He and wife Susan and children, 
Chad and Alexx, reside at 2804 Buena 
Vista Court, Carrollton, TX 75007. • 
Helen Ross has been married for five 
years to Michael LaDeau, and they have 
a son, Philip, born November 28, 1988. 
Helen worked as a librarian until Philip 
was bom and is now a homemaker. 
Michael is a designer for Landel, Inc., a 
crane company. Their address is 94 
West High Oaks Circle, The Wood- 
lands, TX 77380. • Barbara (Strange) 
Smith completed her master's degree 
this summer and is teaching 1st grade in 
South Bend. Husband Russ is an 
estimator for State Farm Insurance 
Company. They have two children — 
Angela (11) and Tina (9). They live at 
404 Terry Lane, Mishawaka, IN 46544. 
• Bea Welly was married to Earl J. 
Streacker on June 10, 1989. They 
honeymooned in the Grand Cayman 
Islands. Bea is a substitute teacher in 
their area schools, and Earl is parts 
manager at Streacker Tractor Sales, a 
family-owned business. Their address is 
324 West Yates, Findlay, OH 45840. 



Jon & Susan (Caines '78) Fiet 
welcomed Alexander David to their 
family February 27, 1989, joining 
Christina (10) and Benjamin (7). Jon is 
controller for the Milwaukee plant of 
Hercules Inc. and working on his 
executive MBA. Susan is a homemaker. 
They live at N 1 1 5 W 1 5 1 60 Potomac 
Circle, Germantown. WI 53022. • 
Mark & Louanne (Lewis) Irving 
rejoice in the birth of their first child, 
Jonathan Mark, on August 30. 1989. 
Mark is a structural engineer with Aha 
Engineering, and Louanne is enjoying 
her new career as a mother. The Irvings 
live at 442 Thunderbird, Carol Stream, 
IL 60188. • JoAnne McFarland x has 
taken a leave of absence from her 
position as director and researcher for 
Congressionally mandated studies at 
Westat, Inc., in Rockville, Maryland, to 
return to Michigan where she is running 
for the US Congress in Michigan's 
Fourth Congressional District. • John 
& Kim Pattison are proud to announce 
the arrival of Luke Andrew, bom 
December 15, 1989, and welcomed 
home by Arin Elizabeth (3). John is 
head football coach and PE/health 
teacher at North Daviess HS, and the 
family's address is 406 East Race Street, 
Odon, IN 47562. • Ruth Ellen was 
bom January 21 to H. Douglas & Beth 
(Pichea) Sanford. Big. sisters are Emily 
Marie (5) and Sarah Beth (3). Doug 
works for Old Kent Bank of Hillsdale. 
The Sanfords live at 1360 North Edon 
Road, Allen, MI 49227. • Clifford & 
Valerie Schmidt announce the birth of 
Janaya Michelle on July 6. She was 
welcomed home by sister Vanessa (2). 
The Schmidt family lives at 1117 
Mangold Street, Hartville, OH 44632. • 
Timothy & Kimberly (Sandin x) 
Winter had their first child, Jennifer 
Renee, on July 21, 1989. Timothy is 
general manager of the Airport Hilton 
Inn, Pittsburgh. Kimberly resigned from 
her mortgage banking position at First 
South Savings to be at home with 
Jennifer. The family's address is Box 
66, Shady Lane, South Heights, PA 
15081. 



1981 



Jeannie Brewer and James Elliott were 
married July 6 in Cherokee County, 
South Carolina, while visiting her 



Seminar: Dr. Dale Heath, professor emeritus, will 
lead a Bible seminar at Riverside United Method- 
ist Church, 4845 Brockton Avenue, Riverside, 
California on November 6-8, 1990. Pastor Bob 
and Elaine (Saunders) Shuler, both '67, serve at 
the church. 



brother. Welcoming Jim to the family is 
Jeannie's son, Nicholas (6). Jeannie is 
secretary to the director of specialty 
products at DePuy, Inc., a manufacturer 
of orthopedic implants in Warsaw, 
Indiana. Jim is self-employed. The 
Elliotts' mailing address is PO Box 174, 
Atwood, IN 46502. • Reid Edward 
was born May 8 to Randy & Colleen 
(Byers) Dodge. The Dodge family, 
including big sister Rachel, lives in 
Bloomington where Randy is a graduate 
student at Indiana University. Their 
address is 1403 South Washington 
Street, Bloomington, IN 47401. • 
Greg & Donna (Rohrer '85) Fennig 
and sister Kortni welcomed the birth of 
Kylie Breanne on June 6. The Fennigs' 
home is at 8457 Culpeper Drive, 
Indianapolis, IN 46227. • Ron & 
Cheryl (Gettmann) Jarvi joyfully 
announce the birth of Wendy Lee on 
March 13. Wendy and sister Angela (2) 
are the granddaughters of Gwen 
(Davies v 58) Gettmann. The Jarvi 
family lives at 2597 East Los Altos, 
Fresno, CA 93710. • Tim & Jeannie 
Johnson and daughter Julie, who serve 
with TEAM in Japan, are home on 
furlough until January 1991. Their 
address is c/o Gerig, 3933 South Wayne 
Avenue, Fort Wayne, IN 46807. 



1982 



Dan & Arlene (Toland '83) Bauman 

left June 4 for Papua New Guinea where 
they are serving with Wycliffe Bible 
Translators. Their address is SIL, 
Ukarumpa via Lae, Papua New Guinea. 
• Isaac Richard was born June 5 to 
Frank & Tami (Brumm '83) Gro- 
tenhuis. Brother Ian is 2. The family 
resides at 14 West Ohea Street, Hilo. HI 
96720. • Kurt & Sherry (White) 
Prescott announce the birth of Jordan 
Kurt on June 23. Kurt is a self- 
employed fanner. In addition to caring 
for Jordan and Megan Elaine (4). Sherry 
provides daycare for Kyle (3), son of 
Jackie (Sell) West. The Prescotts live 
at R. 4, Box 172, Winchester, IN 47394. 



1983 



Mark Allan received the MEd in 
administration and supervision from 
George Mason University. Fairfax. 
Virginia, in 1989. He has accepted a 
position as elementary assistant 
principal with King George County 



Schools. Mark and wife Cindy (Keener 
'84) live at 253 Hampshire Drive, 
Ruther Glen, VA 22546. Cindy is 
working with Dr. Fox in the Richmond 
area. 9 Duane Beeson was married to 
Aletha Koele on May 19 in Hull, Iowa. 
Taylor friends in the wedding were 
Doug & Lynelle (Beeson '81) Vogel, 
Marty Carney '85 and Randy Rosema 
'84. The Beesons live in Orange City, 
Iowa, where Duane is director of public 
relations at Northwestern College and 
Aletha works in the college's student 
affairs office. Their address is 126 
Frankfort Avenue SE, Orange City, IA 
51041. • Aaron Brown was ordained 
June 13 in the West Ohio Conference of 
the United Methodist Church, and serves 
as associate pastor of Bethel UM 
Church, Bethel, Ohio. He and wife 
Linda (Luke '85) have one child. They 
live at 3316 Vic Joy Drive. Bethel. OH 
45106. • Jon & Loma Peterson x had 
a son, Erik Jon, on September 28, 1989. 
Sister Molly May is 2. The Petersons 
live at 51 18 East 54th Street. Minneapo- 
lis. MN 55417. • Richard* Gail 
Pflederer announce the birth of Brent 
Richard on August 16, 1989. Rick 
works for Sara Lee Corp. in Chicago. 
They live at 950 Cordova Court. 
Wheaton, IL 60187. and attend the 
Wheaton Evangelical Free Church. • 
DeeAnn Rich was commissioned on 
June 25, 1989, for missionary service 
with World Gospel Mission. She has 
been studying Spanish in Costa Rica, 
but in December she will go to Hondu- 
ras, her field of service. She welcomes 
correspondence at Apartado 698. 
Tegucigalpa, D.C., Honduras. C.A. • 
Tim & Carolyn (Larsen '84) Senter 
and son Timothy James welcomed 
Lauren Christine to the family on April 
16. The Senter family resides at 24723 
Naples, Novi. MI 48050. • Jon 
Stocksdale left August 25 for Kenya 
where he will serve for two years under 
Africa Inland Mission teaching math at 
Rift Valley Academy, a school for 
missionary children. His address is 
RVA, Box 80, Kijabe. Kenya. • Twin 
girls, Cherise Elizabeth and Cassandra 
Nicole, were bom April 2 to Brad & 
Michelle (Avery) Taber. The happy 
family lives at 21428 Prophet Road. 
Prophetstown. IL61277. • Doug & 
Lynelle (Beeson '81) Vogel have 
moved to Lexington. Kentucky, where 
Doug is serving as pastor of Calvary 
Free Methodist Church and Lynelle is 



associate pastor. Their address is 2924 
Clays Mill Road. Lexington. KY 40503. 



1984 



Chris & Michaelle (Walters) Downey 

were blessed with a second daughter. 
Amber Michaelle. on January 21. 
Brooke (3) enjoys her baby sister. 
Michaelle resigned her 2nd-grade 
teaching position to be at home with the 
girls. The Downey family resides at 579 
Shady Brook Heights. Greenwood. IN 
46142. • Rob &Maribeth (True! 
Fleischhauer had a son. Andrew 
Robert, on April 12. Ashley Nicole is 4. 
Maternal grandparents are Wendell '56 
& Diane (Beghtel x'56) True. The 
Fleischhauers live at 10058 Lakeside 
Drive, Cincinnati. OH 45231. • Rollin 
& Sandie (Soderquist) Ford announce 
the birth of Paige Elizabeth on June 10. 
Sister Jessica is 2. Their address is 1 19 
Stone Ridge. Rogers, AR 72756. • 
Leslie June was bom December 6. 1989. 
to Bob & Janelle (Murray) Monin and 
big brother Joseph. They live at 26250 
Pinehurst, Roseville. MI48066. • Lori 
Shepard is on the track and field staff at 
Indiana University, where she is 
working on her master's degree in sports 
science. • Jim & Michelle (Green) 
Steinbeck announce the birth of 
Amanda Joy on December 19. 1989. 
Their address is 2486 Charw ood Court. 
Cincinnati. OH 4521 1. • Amanda 
Marie was bom April 20 to David & 
Julie (Sprunger) Stratton. The three 
of them live at 554 South Main Street. 
Bluffton. OH 45817. 



1985 



Kerri Dunkelberger received her MA 
degree in August from Azusa Pacific 
University. For the past two years she 
has been working with the Huntington 
Beach. California, police department, 
counseling adolescents and their 
families. She lives at 3700 Plaza Drive 
#C.ll2. Santa Ana. CA 92704. • David 
& Robin (Taylor) Guerriero are proud 
to announce the birth of Alexandra 
Nicole on January 15. Robin is 
enjoying being at home with their 
daughter, and David is a general 
resident at Glisson Clinic. The 
Guerriero family resides at 54 u 
Woodview Drive. Longwood, FL 
32779. • Rick x'87& Robin (Boyd) 
Harris announce the birth of son Ross 



on November 1, 1989. Rick is sales 
manager at Harris Water Conditioning in 
Grabill, Indiana, and Robin is at home 
with Ross at 1 1205 Alta Vista, Leo, IN 
46765. • Todd & Jennifer (Davis 
x'86) Kelly were married April 2, 1988. 
Their daughter Audrey was born March 
22, 1989. Todd is a graduate student at 
Western Michigan University working 
on a master's degree in social work. 
Their address is 9454 South 25th Street. 
Scotts, MI 49088. • Susan (Cook) 
Kniola and her husband, Christopher, 
have just returned from Bangkok where 
he was on a one-year engineering 
assignment with National Starch & 
Chemical Co. Susan terminated her 
position with the state of Indiana's arts 
commission public information office 
when they left, and is now looking for 
employment in Indianapolis. • Greg & 
Janice (Walmsley) VanMeter are the 
proud parents of Tyler Blaine, born July 
25, 1989. The VanMeters live at 2630 
Woodview Drive, Zanesville, IN 46799. 



Owosso, Michigan. 



1986 



Tim Glass and Connie Kirchoff were 
married June 2 in Indianapolis. Both 
Tim and Connie graduated from IU 
Medical School in May, and are now 
doing their residencies at Butterworth 
Hospital in Grand Rapids. Taylor 
participants in the wedding were Tom 
& Lora (Robbins) Jackson, J. P. 
Gentile, Jerry Yeager '87, Chris & 
Deb (Glass) Goeglein, both '84, Todd 
'81 & Cindy (Glass '82) Shinabarger, 
and parents of the groom, George '58 & 
Jan (Huffman x'60) Glass. Tim and 
Connie live at 3330-E Devonwood Hills 
NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505. • Doug 
& Andrea (Salin) Hockenbrocht 
announce the birth of Gregory Douglas 
on June 4. Doug is a systems consultant 
with Ernst & Young, and Andrea is at 
home with the baby. • Jeff Raymond 
has accepted a position with the 
Association of Mid-Continent Universi- 
ties based in Chicago. He works in 
sports information, marketing and 
championship administration with the 
NCAA Division I athletic conference. 
His home address is 4708 Arbor Drive 
#31 1, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008. 



1987 



1988 



Terrell & Shelly (Cramer) Gramling 

manage the Northern Echoes Bible 
Shoppe in Juneau, Alaska, as missionar- 
ies with Gospel Missionary Union. 
Their address is 6590 Glacier Highway 
#225, Juneau, AK 99801. • Kay la 
Ashley was born January 27 to Greg & 
Lisa Sweet. Greg is product/pricing 
researcher at Summit Bank in Fort 
Wayne. The Sweet family lives at 426 
Millside Court, Ossian, IN 46777. 



1989 



Sharlene Ehresman married John 
Kozlowski III on August 18 in Alpena, 
Michigan. Taylor participants were 
Marcy (Roost) Kolar, Shari Ehres- 
man and Sharilyn Ehresman '92. 
Sharlene is an exercise technician at 
GTE Products World Headquarters in 
Danvers, Massachusetts, and John is a 
student at Salem State College. Their 
address is 10 Dow Street #3, Salem, MA 
01970. • Wendy Hill and Kevin 
O'Rourke were married July 21 in 
Hartford City, Indiana. Wendy teaches 
3rd grade at Riverview Elementary in 
Marion, and Kevin is a Metropolitan 
Life Insurance agent and graduate 
student at Ball State University. The 
couple lives at 2407 East 8th Street, 
Anderson, IN 46012-3438. • Beth 
Miller and Steve Wild '87 were married 
December 2, 1989, in Zion, Illinois. 
Taylor friends in the wedding were 
Tami Puhrmann, Hollv Halvorson, 
Dave '87 & Lisa (Walter) Baird, 
Mark & Colleen (Wild) Terrell, both 
'84, Rick '86 & Dawn (Roberds '88) 



Gerent, and Doug Stephens, Rick 
Sawyer and Tim Eckman, all '87. 
Steve and Beth live in Fort Wayne, 
Indiana, where Steve is employed at K 
& K Insurance Group, Inc. • Jennifer 
Moody married Gary Wilcox on April 
7. Taylor participants were Lesa 
Woods; Lora Woods, Rhonda Storck, 
Jody Jamieson and Mark Nevil, all 
'90; Dawn Denton, Paige Hussung, 
Stephanie Moody and Steve Upton, all 
'91; and music department professor. 
Dr. Frederick Shulze, organist. Jennifer 
and Gary live at 4344 Montgomery 
Court #4, Kelsey ville, CA 9545 1 . 



1990 



Laura May Chitwood attended a two- 
week summer orientation in preparation 
for her assignment as a music promoter 
in the Indian Ocean Islands for one year 
with the Southern Baptist Foreign 
Mission Board. • Kristie Kuhnleand 
Jeff Jacobson '89 were married April 
28 in Southfield, Michigan. Taylor 
participants were Becky Roost; Joe 
Miller, Richard Muthiah and Tom 
Meeks, all '89; Brian Smith '88; and 
Dr. Jay Kesler '58. Jeff and Kristie 
live at 61 02 Rock Creek Place, Fort 
Wayne, IN 468 18. • Kevin Sloat and 
Beth Parker '91 were married July 28 
in Upland, Indiana. Taylor participants 
were Steve Baarendse, Wally 
Campbell, Ken Hugoniot and Marci 
Sloat '93. Father of the bride and 
participating minister was Garry 
Parker '64. Kevin is pursuing graduate 
studies at Ball State University, and 
Beth is completing her degree at Taylor. 
Their address is Fairlane Apt. 202D, 
TUMS, Upland, IN 46989. 




Brad Newlin '89, age 23, died July 31 of a rare cancer at his 
residence in Plainfield, Indiana. Brad shared his moving testi- 
mony with Taylor readers in "Faith in crisis: A sure foundation" 
(Spring, 1990) and with all those with whom he came in contact. 



Brad Newlin 



In memory 



Alice S hippy 



Kurt Symanzik and Beth Marie 
Bottomley were married July 7 in 



Alice Shippy, 85, died June 29 at the United Methodist Memo- 
rial Home in Warren, Indiana. She served Taylor University for 35 
years. As secretary in the alumni office, she endeared herself to 
generations of Taylor alumni, friends, and students alike. 




VISTA 



Dr. Alan H. Winquist is professor of history at 
Taylor University, where he has served since 1974. 
He recently visited several sites in California 
associated with Bishop William Taylor, for whom 
Taylor University is named. 




Bishop Taylor: A prophet who 
is honored in his own country 



San Francisco was a make- 
shift tent town in the midst 
of the Gold Rush when 
William Taylor, a 27-year-old, 6 
foot, 208-pound native Virgin- 
ian, set about the business of 
converting its populace. Though 
named for St. Francis, the bur- 
geoning tent-town was a place of 
hard drinking, gambling, vio- 
lence and numerous brothels. 
Taylor was not deterred by the 
hostile environment. For seven 
years he preached, founded 
churches, nursed the sick, aided 
the impoverished, defended the 
American Indian, ministered in 
Chinese labor camps, and 
adjudicated disputes. This was 
where his worldwide ministry 
began, and San Francisco 
remembers him for it. 

The Bay Area became Tay- 
lor's adopted home; his wife, 
Isabella Anne ("Queen Anne," 
Taylor called her) and their 
children remained there when 
not accompanying Taylor on the 
missionary journeys that took 
him to all five inhabited conti- 
nents. After 55 years of nonstop 
ministry, Taylor retired to Palo 
Alto in 1896; he died there in 
1902 and was buried in Moun- 
tain View Cemetery. Oakland, 
near such luminaries as railroad 
tycoon Charles Crocker, "Choc- 
olate King" Domingo Ghirardel- 
li, and two state governors. 

William and Isabella's grave 
is marked by a six-foot monu- 
ment. Eucalyptus trees blossom 
nearby, as they do across south- 
ern California. These, too, are a 



monument of sorts to the Taylors 
who are credited with introduc- 
ing the trees to California on a 
widespread basis. Taylor sent 
the initial seeds from Australia in 
the 1 860s to his wife who 
planted and propagated them. 

In downtown San Francisco, 
at the corner of McAllister and 
Leavenworth, there stands 
another monument — this one is 
28 stories high. Formerly 




With the rich in his death: The 

author stands at Taylor 's grave, 
located in a cemetery designed 
by the man best known for New 
York's Central Park. 

known as the William Taylor 
Hotel, it was built by the Meth- 
odist Church and dedicated in 
1929. At its dedication, the 500- 
room hotel was the largest hotel 
west of Chicago. The street 
level's Great Hall, a Gothic-style 
church, accommodated 1 500 
worshippers. It was designed by 
architect Lewis P. Hobart, whose 
masterpiece was San Francisco's 
Grace Cathedral. 

During the Depression, the 
building was sold and in 1936 



reopened as the swank Empire 
Hotel. During World War II it 
was sold to the federal govern- 
ment. The Great Hall was 
subdivided and plastered over to 
become a military induction 
center. Some 13 years ago. the 
Hastings College of the Law pur- 
chased it for use as a student 
residence hall. The former Great 
Hall has been "rediscovered" and 
is now used by the George 
Coates Performance Works. 

Two blocks to the west stands 
the impressive San Francisco 
Public Library which contains 
two 47-foot-wide, 12-foot-high 
mural paintings commemorating 
America's nineteenth century 
westward expansion. They were 
painted by Frank Vincent 
DuMond for the 1915 Panama- 
Pacific International Exposition. 
William Taylor is memorialized 
in one of the murals which 
depicts a group of pioneers 
leaving New England for the 
West with a wagonful of house- 
hold goods. Included in the 
mural is a jurist, a school mis- 
tress, a child, and a preacher — 
who the artist has depicted as 
William Taylor, though, accord- 
ing to the librarian, some of his 
facial features resemble those of 
the artist's mother. 

William Taylor was San Fran- 
cisco's most outstanding early 
preacher and also one of its 
founding citizens. From those 
beginnings, the impact of this 
man of God reached around the 
world. It is noteworthy that 
Taylor University, also commit- 
ted to a global Christian out- 
reach, was rededicated in 1890 
and renamed to honor the 
"Bishop of Africa." also known 
as "California Taylor." — AW 



Thank you. 



Thank you for your generous and sacrificial giving 

during the 1989-1990 school year. 

We sincerely appreciate your support. 

ETXylorUniversity 



A hush that rivals the hurdy-gurdy's din 



To step on the grounds of Cedar Bend Farm in 
northern Michigan is to be reminded of a sim- 
pler way of life, far from the hurdy-gurdy 
sounds of modern America. But then, that is just 
as owner Harold Snyder, Ph.D., Taylor Univer- 
sity professor emeritus, intends it should be. 

Though retired from teaching, Snyder uses 

► The sharp 

white steeple and 

handcrafted, 

straight-backed 

pews of the 

meeting house 

at Cedar Bend ft 

Farm signal a 

no-nonsense i 

commitment to 

Christian values 

*■ 1 - 

and principles f , 

and to a rock- * J \ ' 

solid faith in the . * . , 

Creator. K - 



Cedar Bend Farm and its 120 acres of ecologi- 
cally reclaimed land as his lectern. His is a ho- 
listic message that incorporates sound ecology, 
hard work, good stewardship, and a biblical 
foundation of truth. His, too, is a life that dem- 
onstrates the effect one person can have on the 
environment. See the story on page 16. 



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< Visitors to the 
farm are invited to 
experience the 
environment — 
and given oppor- 
tunity to do so. 



•4 Craftsmen at the loom, smithy, and 
carpenter's bench provide a living link 
to a simpler life style. 



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